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Salesforce Architect monthly salaries in Singapore

Salary estimated from 6 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 30 January, 2021
112% Above national average

Job openings matching Architect in Salesforce

  1. Remote
    As a Program Architect, you will be embedded with a customer as a full time technology advisor, giving strategic, enterprise-level advice across the Salesforce…
    30+ days ago
  2. Remote
    We are looking for an experienced architect with a strong background in digital marketing to join our team and help our customers achieve groundbreaking…
    30+ days ago
  3. Singapore
    Project Managers are experienced professionals on our project teams responsible for overseeing the production of deliverables.
    5 days ago
  4. Singapore
    The Technical Architect will be responsible for implementing Salesforce products and solutions, utilising web-based technologies and applying enterprise system…
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Requires a lot of travelling but very rewarding
Typically (before pandemic) was travel to customer and working onsite which is the most difficult part as it impact negatively work life balance. In terms of learning new technology, enterprise architecture and customer digital transformation needs this jobs is probably the best you can have. I learnt so much that if I want to change my job would not have any problems.Salesforce transparency work culture makes me comfortable as I usually afraid of something I do not know. At salesforce even hard decisions are transparent (with only one exception of end of 2021 H1 company reprioritisations and layoffs - the objectives of reprioritisation is still mystery for me and my colleagues). Hardest part is to convince and influence client to accept and introduce. Requires soft skills which is difficult to just learn. Most enjoyable part is being recognised by client.
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Massive change brings big opportunities, but presents hardships internally
Salesforce is making big changes in our world and it feels great to be a part of that process. Every day I work with companies using Salesforce to transform the way they do business. As the company expands, my opportunities do as well. Since working at Salesforce I have gained new skills that opened up new doors should I ever leave. There are also growing opportunities internally. Along with promotions, I have also been encouraged to move laterally at times to gain new experience. Along with career growth, I also appreciate the way Salesforce treats employees. My salary has always felt competitive with the industry average. The employee stock program has been a great way to create a stronger financial foundation. I have also been allowed to change my work location when needed, including opportunities to work remote. Remote work is dependent on the role. The downside to hyper growth has been the disruption internally. I don't mind change, but sometimes change happens without understanding the downstream impacts. I have seen executives overlook two separate organizations creating duplicate products and processes. I have also seen the opposite, when an executive team combined multiple groups without realizing what would be lost. In one example, a group was disassembled, only to be reassembled from the ground up later by a different team. Not only was it inefficient, it also brought resentment from the people who were initially required to move. Another concerning trend is a move to have each employee only do one type of task. I believe the rationale is the executive - more...
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good pay, innovative, ohana
Salesforce is a great place to work. The employees are smart and great to work with. The company has a culture of innovation. The innovations keep them number one in many of the areas Salesforce play in. The benefits are great comparable to most large companies. there is a good work-life balance. The hardest part of the job is that the technology changes so fast you have to keep abreast with the technology all the time. In addition you have to help your customers keep up with it.
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Average Salesforce Architect monthly pay in Singapore is approximately $14,512, which is 112% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 9 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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