Join us in Las Vegas for COLLABORATE 12 - described as the "...one event that delivers the full spectrum of Oracle Technology and Applications education that you need to boost results and drive efficiency all year long...". In addition to showcasing our products at booth 1618, we will demonstrate how to improve application efficiency, as well as enable your Oracle and other ODBC/JDBC applications to have SQL Access to Salesforce.com!
Join us for our session Monday, April 23 at 11AM, where Sumit Sarkar and I will present a demo of Oracle SQL Developer, in conjunction with Database Gateway for ODBC (DG4ODBC) connecting to Salesforce.com - just as you would connect to SQL Server, DB2, Oracle, or any other relational database, with a SQL application! This session will be dynamic, with plenty of opportunity for audience participation, two demos, and a whiteboarding session. Sumit and I also want to hear about your Salesforce integration strategy and your data access challenges - so much that we have gambling chips on offer for participating in the discussion.
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