Tools are part of the Nimble AMS suite of capabilities that enhance all of the other modules and objects in your org. This includes building reports and dashboards, templates (with Nimble Create), querying data (with Nimble Query) to be presented in Community Hub or in Nimble Create, using Business Rules and Business Events to simplify complex requirements and conditional logic.
The term analytics is used in many different manners, depending on how a company processes and views their data. In Nimble AMS and Salesforce, analytics are tied together in a neat little bow through the use of point-and-click reports and dashboards that leave plenty of room for unique configurations.
Business Events make it simple for app builders and administrators to use declarative tools to react to common system actions and activities. For example, rather than building elaborate triggering criteria for when a process should execute, wouldn't it be convenient if the triggering criteria could just be a simple, predefined platform event? This prevents repetitive setup across multiple processes and makes it simpler for non-technical users, abstracting out the complicated condition building in a process. Now, they can just ask, "What do I want to have happen when the complicated thing happens?" This also empowers app builders and admins to trigger processes in a powerful new way: time-based events that trigger when date and time fields elapse!
When customizing Nimble AMS to fit your business process, admins can use a business rule configured through point-and-click to control the behavior of a technical process based on a
False result. In the Business Rules tab, admins can set what evaluations are made to determine how the business rule resolves.
Nimble Create gives admins the power to create very flexible, dynamic custom reports and communication templates formatted with HTML to meet your specific needs, all without code. They can even be presented to constituents in Community Hub.
Nimble Query makes it extremely easy to build SOQL Queries. This section of Help explains how theNimble Query (NQ) package works and provides detailed information about how SOQL queries work for those who are new to it.