When you use your smartphone to look for a restaurant nearby or compare prices while shopping those are micro-moments: a search for information with a highly specified intent and that requires an immediate answer. Normally you would use Google, but what happens if you need business answers right away? (more…)
Katie is the Product Marketing Manager for Analytics at Salesforce, which makes her the perfect person to talk with if you are a analytics geek looking for some cool insights on Dreamforce and Wave.
After Dreamforce, the work doesn’t stop. Actualy it’s the time when the work really begins!
Wizdee Team gathered the things you really have to do after the big event.
Why are major BI vendors adopting Natural Language technology? Why are Natural Language BI startups gathering so much attention and investment? The answer is simple: Natural Language is the future of BI. It has gone beyond being a cool extra feature to be the perfect solution for three critical issues on the BI industry: unstructured data, user adoption and mobile.
Dreamforce parties are the perfect place to network and relax. This year you can count with more than 30 parties and there is a list with all of them.
Did you know that there are more than 9M women-own business in the US? Or that women-led technology startups have higher revenue? Women can succeed in male-dominated fields and Women’s Leadership Track will tell you how. In the meantime check the numbers to see in which fields women are succeeding and which need improvements.
We were anxiously waiting for the Road to Dreamforce episode focused on Analytics Cloud and it didn’t disappoint us. Gigantic towers, iWatch contests, 45 sessions Analytics focused and much more. In two words: fun and innovation. Check out what Salesforce has announced for Analytics at Dreamforce’15.
We are less than one month away from Dreamforce, so it’s the perfect time to recap what Salesforce has already announced for this year DF (sure they still have plenty of surprises for us). Here is a list with top announcements:
We could also name this post Mission Impossible 6. With days packed with presentations, training sessions, development zones and so much networking opportunities (not to mention the gigantic number of attendees) you may find difficult to meet with everyone on this list. Nevertheless it will worth your time (you can at least follow them on Twitter). These awesome specialists in Analytics – users, partners and Salesforce staff – could give you great piece of advice, discuss trends and inspire you.