A guest blog by Zachary Banks who is passionate about closing the pay gap for Salesforce professionals.
Although a record-breaking year in 2020 seems impossible, there is a group of people who found a way to make it possible: The Merivis leadership team.
Guest Blog by Joey Eisenzimmer – Joey is a graduate of the first Merivis Cohort in Seattle who has gone on to get both his Salesforce Administrator and his Salesforce Platform App Builder certifications.
This Valentine’s Day we celebrate some of our veteran couples in love who are part of the Merivis Family. We’ve now had several couples come through our training, some together and some at separate times and since we enjoy learning about their stories we thought you might too! Join us in spreading a little #Merilove! Learn More »
To say it’s been an incredible year for Merivis would be an understatement. At our 2019 Board Retreat, I had “Merivis included in Dreamforce keynote” listed as a 5 year pipe dream, who would have known…
The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918 marked the beginning of the Armistice that ended World War I.
Why did you join the military? I was 19 years old, working at a local pizza shop in my hometown of San Bernardino, CA, when I had an epiphany about where my life would go. I went from having a track record for a promising future up to dropping out of two colleges by this Learn More »
You know that feeling when you hit a new level in your career? Or you moved up from JV to Varsity? Or you stopped to look around and realize how far you’d come? That’s how I feel about Merivis this week. And I am so excited to share it with all of you, the Merivis Learn More »
I joined the military because of 9/11, because a good number of my family has served, the benefits, wanting to be part of something larger than myself. And I was looking to be challenged.