Tag Archive | Salesforce CRM
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.
Dreamforce 12 is now over and this is without a doubt the best Dreamforce ever that we have attended! The conference was bigger than ever, and – as Marc Benioff did – I could start listing you some impressive numbers about this event and company…
I was recently at the Gartner Customer Strategies Summit in London. This event focused on CRM and how to best leverage their platforms. Once again, it was very interesting to see Gartner stress the importance of CPQ to make the most out of a CRM investment.
It’s a fact: CRM is a must-have application today, whether you sell products and/or services, strategic marketing plans or personal pension plans… It’s really the key asset to interact with customers and sales prospects while taking advantage of technology to organize, automate, and synchronize business processes from marketing to sales to customer service.
The keynote presentation this afternoon at Dreamforce 2011 in San Francisco has been from Eric Schmidt, the CEO and Executive Chairman of Google. He was interviewed by Marc Benioff, the CEO of Salesforce.com.