Whether you’re a company of five or a Fortune 500, you’re going to learn a lot of innovative ways to improve your business. With over 2,500 visitors and live solutions from the world’s largest cloud ecosystem, The Salesforce World Tour has tailored content specific to your business size and type, for any role in your company.
08:00 - 18:00
Registration & Cloud Expo*
08:30 - 09:10
09:45 - 10:00
Pre-Show with Peter Coffee (Head of Platform Research of Salesforce), KLM, CB Logistics, Bencom and Accenture
10:00 - 11:30
Keynote with Parker Harris (Co-Founder of Salesforce), Marcel Krom (CIO of PostNL), Miranda Noorlander (Director Marketing & Communication of Ronald McDonald House) and Martijn van der Zee (Marketing Director of Suitsupply)
11:30 - 13:00
13:00 - 16:40
16:40 - 18:00
Networking Reception in the Cloud Expo
*Cloud Expo will be closed during the keynote.
**All breakout sessions are first come, first served.
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On March 26th, The Salesforce World Tour is coming to Amsterdam. For customers and prospects the opportunity to see which benefits Salesforce has to offer.
Three years ago the first Salesforce World Tour took place at The Upper Deck in Naarden, NL. The Netherlands has clearly embraced Salesforce: 400 visitors back then, 2,000 attendees last years and more than 2,500 people are expected to attend this year’s event!
Peter Coffee, Head of Platform Research at Salesforce will provide the pre-show.
Parker Harris, co-founder of Salesforce will provide the keynote. Through case stories he will show what customer success is all about.
Visitors of the Salesforce World Tour can attend the keynotes, a series of breakout sessions with inspiring customer stories and live demos, including a Success Theater, Partner Theater plus a Cloud Expo with over 30 Cloud specialists.
Salesforce jam-packed a full schedule of breakout sessions, some also tailored specifically for non-profits interested in further developing their programs through the use of Salesforce technology.
Throughout the day you’ll hear about omni-channel marketing, managing donor relationships and of course, CRM best practice.
You will learn how organizations can dramatically improve both development and deployment of new business-critical application.
Business processes are being moved to mobile apps instantly accessible through all social channels. In addition, the platform is open, which means it also enables third-party developers to develop apps that perfectly match the needs, requirements and demands of their customers.
The innovation takes shape in the AppExchange, a marketplace for business apps where more than 2,000 apps are being made available.
25 People you should meet at Salesforce World Tour Amsterdam 2015:
Networking at a Salesforce event always feels like coming home to me. As the number of attendees grows with each event, everybody seems eager to connect and share his or her success story with Salesforce. There are enthusiasts, professionals, prospects and you can be sure that they all connect in one way or another.
Salesforce events also go hand in hand with social media.
Did you know that the key to a great tweet is that it's either entertaining or solving a problem. In between the inspiring keynotes and comprehensive breakout sessions take a moment to share your new insights on Twitter.
While you're on Twitter, search live tweets (#Salesforce25) from these 25 attendees compiled in the following infographic.
Phil Walton (Salesforce MVP, UK Group Leader and Blogger) did a fantastic job in creating this infographic bringing together 25 Salesforce professionals with various backgrounds who will be happy to talk to you during the event!