Salesforce World Tour Kickoff in NYC
Nonprofits and higher education institutions are transforming their industries by connecting with their constituents in powerful new ways. By leveraging social, mobile and cloud technologies, these leading innovators are disrupting the status quo and revolutionizing how they connect the communities they serve to accelerate the pace of change and achieve success. Join Salesforce.org at the Salesforce World Tour kickoff in New York City on Wednesday, November 19 to learn how you can connect your apps, devices, and constituent data, all with one powerful platform designed for the new hyper-connected world.
Come experience the all-new Salesforce World Tour in NYC to explore how you can become a Connected Nonprofit or Connected Campus by hearing firsthand from innovative nonprofit and higher education leaders, watching demos, and attending hands-on workshops. Register for this complimentary day of innovation and learning, including:
- Inspirational all-new keynote from Marc Benioff, salesforce.com Chairman and CEO, with special guest speakers
- Hundreds of brand new live demos
- All-new power breakout sessions for every role and industry
- Exclusive Salesforce ecosystem networking reception
- Cloud Expo with 90+ leading Cloud Partners
- DevZone: Get FREE books including the new Salesforce1 Platform Developer Guide, build a mobile-ready app within 15 minutes, and come visit our hands-on workshop and Developer Theater
For nonprofit organizations, start the day off with our session, Connect your Nonprofit with Salesforce1 for Nonprofits at 9:00 AM to hear from leading nonprofit innovator Chris Thomas who will highlight how the Sierra Club is leveraging Salesforce tools to become connected. Participants will learn how connected nonprofits create deeper relationships with their supporters, deliver more impact, and prove it with Salesforce1 for Nonprofits.
For higher education institutions, Dave DeMichele and Michael DellaBianca of Yale University, will provide an inside look at how they use Service Cloud for multi-channel case management, workflow automation, escalation, and report data for employee and department training. The session, Yale Shared Services Shares Their Success With Service Cloud, will be in room 1B01 & 1B02 from 3:30pm – 4:10pm.
Afterwards, join us for Driving Organizational Change, a panel presentation with nonprofit and higher education customers with real world advice on how you can encourage your users to take advantage of Salesforce, win the adoption battle, and better achieve your mission. The panel Driving Organizational Change will be in room 1B01 & 1B02 from 4:30pm – 5:10pm.
The Salesforce World Tour wouldn’t be complete without an opportunity to give back! Salesforce.org and City Harvest are partnering to help end hunger in the New York City area. Please bring a non-perishable food item or a monetary donation when you arrive onsite. Together we can help put an end to hunger.
Register now to join us at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City on Wednesday, November 19. We hope to see you there!
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