Key Learnings From Dreamforce
Let’s pick up from where we last left off. Liid is back from Dreamforce and we have a lot of new information and experiences that we would like to share with you. For those of you who don’t know, Dreamforce is a yearly event held by Salesforce and it is the biggest tech conference for software in the world. It is a great place for businesses and professionals to network, meet new people and share information and knowledge.
So, what was it like? We haven’t lied to you before and we won’t lie to you now – it was tough. Dreamforce was an amalgamation of excitement, exhaustion, organization, chaos and everything else in between. The days were long and packed with different sessions, meetings and activities. However, at the end of the day, the experience we had at Dreamforce was incredible and rewarding.
It was a pleasure to get to connect with new people, friendly businesses and create new relationships that we know are going to last. In addition, we did learn a few things that we would like to share with anyone who may be considering going to Dreamforce next year.
Bring. Good. Sneakers.
Don’t make the mistake of wearing dress shoes. If you care about yourself, you will wear some comfortable running shoes when attending Dreamforce. Also, keep an eye on your belongings and keep your valuable items with you or in a safe place. Don’t leave them in your car for example, where they can be stolen from…
Perhaps one of the most important things we learned from Dreamforce was that Salesforce is really no longer a CRM, but more of a platform with a CRM at the center of it all. Salesforce offers unmatched resources for just about anything and everything. Moreover, the Salesforce ecosystem is very strong and Liid is happy to be a member of this ecosystem. With that being said, we would like to conclude with saying that Dreamforce 2016 was a great conference to be a part of and we will definitely consider going again next year.
Thanks for tuning in and we’ll talk to you next time.
The Good Folks at Liid
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