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Looking Forward to Dreamforce 2013!

November 05, 2013 0 Comments

Dreamforce DataDirectIt’s that time of year again! The one week in November when technology experts and business leaders from all walks of life come together in San Francisco to enjoy the sunshine, parties, keynotes and sessions from the likes of Marissa Mayer of Yahoo! and Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook. That’s right – Dreamforce 2013 is on the horizon and we can’t wait!

Join us November 18-21 to experience everything that Dreamforce has to offer. The entire community of Salesforce product experts will be on hand to share best practices, hands-on training, new innovations and a lot more. And, that includes us! Progress DataDirect will have ample presence at the event – we’ll be presenting and staffing a session in the Developer Zone (Moscone West) and showcasing a new product in our Satellite booth – #716 in Moscone West.

Here’s what we have going on:

  • Join Sumit Sarkar, Principal Systems Engineer at Progress DataDirect, to learn how you can achieve real-time SQL access to your Salesforce.com data. But, hurry and register before it’s too late – Sumit’s session sold out very quickly last year! The session will take place on Tuesday, November 19th: 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM PT in the Moscone Center West, room 2009.
  • Dion Picco, Product Management at Progress DataDirect, will also be giving a session. You can find him in the Developers Zone giving advice on best practices for Salesforce data access. Stop by to learn can companies can handle Salesforce data through high-performance access or blended reporting. The session will take place in the Developer Zone Community Theater on November 20th from 9:45 AM – 10:15 AM.

So there you have it for now. Check back over the next few weeks for all things Dreamforce on our blog and follow us @DataDirect_News! We’ll be updating you on any schedule changes, additional sessions and news coming out of the show.


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