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Dreamforce Campground

Dreamforce Campground

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There is an annual event called Dreamforce that descends upon downtown San Francisco and takes over the area for about a week. With nearly 200,000 people attending, it is one of the largest tech conferences in the world. Dreamforce is the annual conference held by Salesforce, one of the world’s leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, which provides us with the ability to better serve our clients. We sent William from our team to attend and here are his key takeaways from the event:

The conference was quite the affair, with notable keynote speakers such as Barrack Obama and Tim Cook – CEO of Apple. While the keynotes drew significant crowds, the value that I found most relevant from the conference were the more intimate sessions with hands on training and more focused conversation around the various products and apps that the platform has to offer. I focused my efforts on client engagement sessions around how best to deliver new technologies to our clients. All in all, the conference was highly rewarding as an attendee looking to further their education about the platform.

We hope to make this conference a part of our yearly list of events that we attend to further our education as a team.

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