The Salesforce World Tour Paris,to be held on June 23, 2016, is not only a great occasion to connect with technological minds, but also a fabulous opportunity to network with people on several platforms within the technological domain. While you may have your own reasons to skip the Salesforce World Tour Paris, we have 4 solid reasons as to why you should not miss it. So, whatever may be your reason for not attending the event, don’t offer any reason for missing out on reading this!
- Sales Leader Breakouts
The event will have the following amazing breakout sessions for sales leaders that are designed to motivate and inspire you to drive sales growth:
- Sales Cloud Best Practices: Your Steps to Success
- Accelerate Pipeline with Pardot: Salesforce B2B Marketing Automation Solution
- com: Grow Swifter with the Right Data at the Most Opportune Moment
- Defining Your Mobile Strategy for Success with Salesforce1
- Best Practices to Grow Your Small Business with Salesforce
- The Keynote Presentation
The Keynote presentation takes you through the Salesforce story and shows the latest product demos, customer interviews and the new developments that are ahead. With speakers such as Alexandre Dayon, Isabelle Tribotte, and more the event can’t get any better.
Meet with partners who specialize in extending Salesforce. It is also a great opportunity to interact and network with everybody in the Salesforce community.
- AutoRABIT – Meet the Best Salesforce Release Management Suite on the Planet
Are you ready to embrace unique customer success? Join us for the Salesforce World Tour in Paris on June 23, and see how you can blow away your Salesforce development related challenges in a whiz. Listen to the best speakers, sessions, keynotes, and more – for FREE! Learn firsthand how to automate the development process and make your releases much smoother and less daunting and succeed like never before.
AutoRABIT’s out-of-the box features enable organizations to streamline the complete release process for the whole team and expedite their implementation of Continuous Integration as a practice for Salesforce teams.