Will You Join Us at the Boston Salesforce World Tour?


On Thursday, April 7, 2016, the Salesforce World Tour will arrive at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. 

If you haven't already registered for this event, here's the link to register today.

The Salesforce World Tour is absolutely FREE. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to see speakers, attend sessions, participate in keynotes and hands-on demonstrations for practically all-things-Salesforce.

Stop by the Admin Theater to learn some best practices on managing your Salesforce org, and making the most of your Salesforce licenses, by attending these Awesome Admin sessions:
  • Authentic Connections in an Online World - by Mary Scotton
  • How to Prepare Yourself and Your Org for a Salesforce Release - by Ted Hazard
  • How to be a Security-Minded Admin - by Chris Zullo
  • Getting Started with Process Builder - by Susan Sparks
  • Introduction to Data Governance and Stewardship - by Brett Stineman
  • 26 Questions for Choosing a Salesforce Consultant - by Tal Frankfurt
  • Process Builder is an @AwesomeAdmin's Swiss Army Knife - by Jennifer Lee
  • Starting with Salesforce for Nonprofits - by Nik Panter
  • How to Talk to Your Developers - by Will Nourse
  • The Power of One - by Steve Molis
  • The Power of Every One - by Jeff May
  • How to Solve the Biggest Problems with Salesforce Training - by David Giller
  • Create a Lightning Community! - by Phil Weinmeister
  • Salesforce Trivia - by Mike Gerholdt & Gillian Madill
I hope to see you there!


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About the author: David Giller

David Giller a Salesforce Trainer, Consultant, Blogger & Author. Although he started his professional career as an attorney, he entered the world of enterprise-scale IT management at NBCUniversal, and continued at GE Capital, where he was first introduced to Salesforce & became known as "The Salesforce Guru." David is now CEO of Brainiate. You can read more about David's bizarre career path here.

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