The exciting journey of transforming from a kid to an IT professional started in mid 2011 when I have joined Persistent Systems.
After completing the initial training as a fresher, I have got an opportunity to learn and work in Salesforce practice. After few days of self learning training and getting my hands dirty in the force.com platform I have started loving Salesforce.
In these six years, I have worked on multiple Salesforce projects across multiple domains.
My whole experience revolves around custom development in force.com platforms, integrating Salesforce with third party applications, data integration, data modeling and architecture.
I am Platform Developer II certified and very well equipped with force.com tools like apex, visualforce, advanced apex, declaratives, reports and dashboards.
Strong experience with multiple projects where Salesforce is integrated with third party legacy systems, data servers or applications.
Neeraj is an expert Sales Force Developer and Business Analyst. He is detail oriented and works well with clients. I worked with Neeraj and multiple projects and he was a pleasure to work with. I highly recommended Neeraj.
CRM and MArketing Cloud Project Manager
It was my pleasure to work with Neeraj Chauriya. I found him very detail oriented. He was my tech lead and was handling 4 other developers and guiding and mentoring them.
He is a team player and rejoice himself in bringing the best from the team. He himself is 501 certified Advanced SF Developer and hence can jump on quickly to address any issues to fix when needed.He is an asset to my team and will be an asset to which ever team and project he will be in.
Digital Transformation Specialist
Neeraj was a software developer for a web portal that I was responsible for as the project manager and test engineer. Neeraj was thorough in his work and responsive to issues. He demonstrated the ability to quickly understand the requirements and would ask questions, if any details were not clear. He was also proactive in giving recommendations which I liked to see from a third party developer.