Looking ahead to Dreamforce
As we close the books on another summer it means that many of our customers will be getting back to business in full swing. When we cross Labor Day this also means that Dreamforce cannot be too far in the distance (usually between September and November). This year it comes early as it runs from September 15-18. And for the first time Net at Work will be an exhibitor this year as we have many offerings that make sense for our current and future customers.
First and foremost we will be there with our partners Commercient, who provide us the Sync application which integrates QuickBooks, Sage 50, Sage 100, Sage 300, Sage 500, and Sage X3 with Salesforce. Existing Sage accounting users (or soon to be converts from QuickBooks) will be able to see our live demonstrations of the capabilities of connecting front and back office. Dreamforce is a great way for us to see large volumes of customers and not only showcase what we have but also get input on new capabilities they are looking for.
Next, we are happy to be front and center with Sage with the coming out party for Sage Live. As we begin our consulting with the newest member of the Sage family (built from the ground up by Sage on the Salesforce1 platform) we will be spending lots of time talking Salesforce integration and other hot consulting topics as we talk about a new way of doing financials in the cloud.
Finally, as a consulting partner with Salesforce Dreamforce enables us to also get close with the latest and greatest innovation and get hands on as well as spending time giving input on the various technologies as well as programs that Salesforce offers. We also get to spend time with our valuable customers and meet new relationships in the Salesforce ecosystem.
If you are going to be in the neighborhood come by booth W200 in Moscone West and you will see us near the entrance right next to Sage (W300).
Stay tuned over the next couple of weeks as we blog more about Salesforce, Commercient and Sage Live leading up to the biggest event in cloud computing this year.