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It’s only a few weeks after Dreamforce in San Francisco, and here we were again at Cloudforce Munich earlier this week to network with the DACH region customers.
This event welcomed 2,500 attendees—and the momentum of Salesforce in this region is getting stronger and stronger; the local partner ecosystem is very dynamic as well. Similar to Dreamforce a few weeks ago, the emphasis was primarily on social and collaborative tools to bring businesses to the next level.
Recently, Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com, was in Paris promoting his triumphant vision of the “Cloud” as king, and “On Premises” software slowing fading out of the picture.The firm’s tremendous success is already proof of Benioff’s vision.
Marc Benioff couldn’t have said it better than he did during his Cloudforce New York 2011 keynote speech in New York, “If it isn’t efficient, democratic, scalable, green, or portable, it isn’t cloud computing.” With more than 15,000 customer running out of the cloud, a remarkable 5,000 registered to attend Cloudforce in New York, and more than half of the attendees coming from a small to medium sized business, it’s quite apparent that offering instant scalability to customers, with personalization tools, all wrapped within a social layer, will be key in moving into Cloud 2 Computing for 2011.
Last week was Dreamforce 2010, and what a show it turned out to be. Salesforce.com is to be commended on such an educational, informative, enjoyable and productive event.
Thinking back about the day… What is probably the most impressive about salesforce.com is its constant ability to deliver, meet or exceed customer expectations and extend its successes.