Oktana had the opportunity to sponsor the Salesforce World Tour event in New York City last week. We wanted to thank everyone that took the time to stop by and visit our booth. It was great to hear about everyone’s Salesforce goals as we discussed ways we could work together to help make those goals happen.
We love the atmosphere at Salesforce events. Everyone is excited about new products and the possibilities for new partnerships. We’re always looking for new ways to get involved, too. Whether you’re looking for help in implementing Salesforce or building tools to take your organization to the next level the team at Oktana is there for you. Be sure to keep an ear open because we’ll be at more events later this year and Dreamforce season is quickly approaching.
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Salesforce World Tour New York City was December 13th and it was a fantastic experience for our team. It was a truly inspiring show and we’ll definitely be reflecting back on everything we learned for quite some time.
The keynote this year by Salesforce CMO Stephanie Buscemi was fascinating. She presented a vision of what Salesforce can do to help change the world that left us proud of the small part we’ve played in this process. Undoubtedly, Salesforce has a very strong vision for the future and the positive impact we can all have on the world but the keynote also gave us some great insights about the new tools coming to Salesforce that will make our clients happy too.
Salesforce Customer 360 was one of the star attractions of the keynote and Stephanie offered a number of different examples of what we’ll be able to do with it in the near future. They highlighted a number of different use cases for how Customer 360 allows Salesforce users to gather all essential data about customers in one place to make sure they’re taken care of at all times. What made us the most excited though was the awesome Einstein Voice demo by Sarah Aerni. As we’ve discussed in the past, we’ve had a hand in some work on Einstein Voice and it’s really exciting to see all that work coming together into something really powerful. The demo was a great example of Einstein Voice’s potential for Salesforce users and being able to ask Salesforce for important data and easily update client notes in the field all with your voice could be a real game-changer for a lot of users.
As mentioned earlier Salesforce Customer 360 was one of the star attractions of the show and nowhere was that more evident than on the expo floor. Customer 360 was the centerpiece booth that everything else revolved around. The expo hall had a magnetic energy that made us all the more eager to see what everyone else was working on. Our team had a great time meeting people and even managed to find a new friend to bring home, Cloudy the Goat.
We were also fortunate enough to make it to a few sessions during the show. It was great to hear our friends and partners at Copado discuss their product and how it can help developers with release management. We’ll be working much more with Copado next year so stay tuned to find out more here on our blog soon. We also got to see an extended session discussing the strengths of Einstein Voice and what it can do for Salesforce users.
Our day at Salesforce World Tour New York was fantastic and left the whole team feeling energized and excited about everything we’re working on heading into 2019. In a lot of ways, it was the perfect way to cap off the year. We got to see tons of friends and colleagues one last time before the end of the year, learned about some new products that we can look forward to, and reflected on everything that we accomplished over the past year. We were thrilled to be there and already planning for a number of events next year.
With Dreamforce 2018 in the books, we wanted to pause and take a look back at everything we did at the show. From hosting sessions to manning our own booth and getting to see a pretty cool concert, it was a great show for everyone at Oktana.
The expo hall at Dreamforce was full of energy and I know our team was thrilled to be there. We loved seeing what everyone in the Salesforce community has been working on. Speaking of the expo hall, we had our own booth and meeting space. It was great to meet and talk to so many people over the course of the conference.
Developers from Oktana hosted three sessions this year at Dreamforce and they’re all archived and ready for you to watch online.
First, developer Carlos walked attendees through his experiences in developing front-end apps for Salesforce using Angular, React, or Vue. Carlos offered a number of live demos of his work as he demonstrated his expertise and approach to front-end app development.
Next, three of our developers Lorenzo, Carlos, and Gonzalo presented a session on how to use Salesforce DX to easily adopt Continuous Integration into your projects. Our team not only discussed the advantages that Continuous Integration offers to developers but also shared some of their own success stories which helped illuminate and better highlight those advantages.
And finally, project lead Antony brought us something special as he walked everyone through his team’s project of bringing a robotic Einstein to life through the power of Einstein.ai and Einstein Bots. With the emphasis on Einstein at Dreamforce this year we were thrilled to see Antony sharing this project with the world. It’s definitely one of our favorite projects in from recent memory but it’s also a great visual representation of just what makes Einstein.ai special. We’ll be going into more detail on this project on our blog soon so stay tuned.
Overall, Dreamforce 2018 was a great experience and we look forward to seeing everyone there again next year!
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