Competing with more than 100,000 attendees, it’s never easy to get into all the sessions you’d like to hit at Dreamforce. That’s why we want to make sure you are among the first to know that the Dreamforce Session Builder is live!
With more than 2,900 sessions to choose from this year, there will be more than a few presentations you’ll want to check out.
We might be a little biased, but these are the four sessions we won’t be missing.
Empowering Admins with Salesforce Visual Workflow
Corey Hayden, Business Solution Consultant at Traction, will demonstrate how visual workflows in Lightning can empower admins to quickly build dynamic, defined processes that simplify user experience and increase data quality. Without writing any code in Lightning, visual workflows are an easy way for admins to create and maintain custom solutions.
Monday, November 6, 2:00 – 2:20 PM
Implementing CPQ – Data Migration Considerations and Best Practices
Implementing Salesforce CPQ may be a scary thought for Salesforce admins tasked with ensuring that data and functionality across Products, Opportunities, Assets, Contracts and other objects are migrated properly. Kevin Willemse, Solution Engineer, will highlight the considerations and approaches that can help admins manage CPQ implementations, transformations and migrations of existing native Salesforce data.
Monday, November 6, 12:00 – 12:40 PM
Thursday, November 9, 8:30 – 9:10 AM
The Wildlife Conservation Society Manages Visitor, Members & Donors Together
This year, the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) eliminated siloed systems to bring together visitor, member, donor and advocate data in one place with Salesforce. Dave Jenkins, VP of Data-Driven Marketing, and Jonathan Palmer, Executive Director at WCS, will explain how WCS is leveraging the Nonprofit Success Pack, Sales Cloud and Marketing Cloud to improve how they engage with each constituent.
Tuesday, November 7, 8:00 – 8:20 AM
Salesforce.org Nonprofit Kickoff
Our friend, Dan Kershaw from the Furniture Bank, is representing one of three nonprofits in the Salesforce.org Nonprofit Kickoff. They’ll discuss how technology and data have helped their organizations find, connect and engage with constituents in a whole new way. Furniture Bank, Project Lead the Way and Barnardo’s will teach you how to become a Connected Nonprofit and drive impact through empowerment, engagement and intelligence.
Monday, November 6, 1:30 – 2:30 PM
For even more learning, we’re hosting the Tasting Room to Table presentation with Duckhorn Vineyards and DELL Boomi at the Adagio Hotel. We’ll uncover how Duckhorn leverages Salesforce and Boomi to drive more timely, relevant and engaging content for consumers.
If you’re looking for a break from the Dreamforce crowds, stop by Swig Whiskey Bar (our home for the week) to meet and discuss everything that’s going on at DF17. Not to mention, it’s a great venue for our nightly happy hours!
Sessions are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis, so build your agenda today.