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Come See Us at Salesforce World Tour Chicago

Come See Us at Salesforce World Tour Chicago

March 17, 2016 0 Comments

Progress DataDirect is the leader in Salesforce data connectivity and integration solutions. Visit us at booth 124 on March 24th and maximize your data’s potential!

salesforceAre you as excited as we are to sharpen your selling, service and marketing skills at Salesforce World Tour? Our team at Progress can’t wait! Salesforce should give the lowdown on their new products announced at Dreamforce including Lightning, SalesforceIQ, and IoT Cloud powered by Thunder. At the Chicago location, Salesforce has also partnered with local charities so that we can give back to the community while we are learning, networking, and having a great time.


Delivering the Best Tools for Data Connectivity Challenges

For the Salesforce platform, our team delivers compatible, leading-edge, and simple solutions for all of your data connectivity needs. Whether you are connecting from ODBC, JDBC, OData, or Cloud we provide instant connectivity from our existing applications to Salesforce. We also offer on-going support for Salesforce updates, and based on your workload, we leverage multiple Salesforce interfaces for the best experience.

Here are some of the solutions we offer:

Let’s Chat

If you want to maximize the power of your Salesforce data, come visit us at our booth at the Salesforce World Tour in Chicago! If you can’t meet us there, feel free to give us a call or pick up free trials for any of our solutions. We are committed to giving you the best, most reliable experience for all your data connectivity and integration needs. Hope to see you on the 24th!

Suzanne Rose

Suzanne Rose

Suzanne is passionate about promoting the Progress Data Connectivity and Integration business and corporate initiatives through social media and other marketing channels using extraordinary and compelling content and effective metrics. She is also team lead for DCI content developers, new hires and interns.

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