Progress DataDirect has big plans for its sixth year supporting Salesforce’s Dreamforce conference.
As you read this, you are probably well on your way to San Francisco to take part in the biggest software event of the year. With attendance looking like it will top 150,000, Dreamforce 2015 promises to be huge. Personally, I can’t wait for the next four days of innovation, fun and giving back!
This will be Progress® DataDirect®’s 6th year at Dreamforce, and every year our involvement grows along with the show’s attendance, which is up from a mere 30,000 when we started going back in 2010.
This year, we have multiple booths in the Cloud Expo—837 and 839 in Moscone West—where we will be talking all things Salesforce connectivity. Whether you need other apps to integrate with Salesforce data or your Salesforce implementation needs access to external data, we can help. We'll also be highlighting our recent Fashionforce show, so come walk the red carpet, show us your data style and nab a stylish t-shirt while you’re at it!
For a bit more techie talk, come see us in the DevZone, where we will be presenting our awesome cloud connectivity solution that granted Intuit real-time visibility into back-office data through Salesforce Lightning Connect!
We’ll be here all week, and we even have a couple specific sessions planned where you’ll be able to hear the full story of DataDirect’s support of Salesforce Lightning Connect:
Safe travels to everyone on their way. I look forward to meeting lots of folks, so please come by and say “hi!” Mention this blog and I’ll figure out something special for you!
Bill received his BSEE from Penn State, where he was also actively - and perhaps more so – involved in student government and on–campus concert events. After graduating he did avionics, flight control and software engineering at General Dynamics in TX and Honeywell in AZ and then got into systems administration at Honeywell and AG Communication Systems. Ultimately moving to Cary, NC, he has worked in sales and marketing roles at Auspex, DataDomain, EMC, NetApp, Riverbed, VERITAS and VMware during his 19 (and counting) years there. He currently works for Progress doing product marketing for the Data Connectivity and Integration line of business, connecting Any Data to Any App in Real-Time.
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