SOQL is the most popular query language for Salesforce, but SQL is the best suited for accessing data analytics. What should you use?
Business intelligence and Salesforce analytics are hot topics right now as organizations are looking to improve the understanding of their customers and their business. Even Salesforce is getting in on the action with the Wave Analytics Cloud.
What’s the best way to access Salesforce data? SOQL is popular and well-suited for developing on the Salesforce platform, however assessing that data for analytics may be better suited for SQL.
In this webinar we will discuss the differences in writing against SOQL and SQL when querying data for analytics. You will also hear first hand from MicroStrategy and their journey with Salesforce data. Here are the webinar details:
SQL or SOQL for Salesforce Analytics
Date: June 28, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm ET
Ani Jain, Product Manager, MicroStrategy
Jeff Leinbach, Principal Software Engineer, Progress DataDirect
During this webinar you’ll learn:
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Join us and MicroStrategy for the great data query debate!
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Join us in the great SOQL vs. SQL debate to discover which is best for your analytics project! We are always striving to give our customers the data connectivity tools they need to compete in today’s high intensity world of business and data analytics. Register for the webinar today, space is limited!
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