CEO Mark Benioff and fellow executives led Salesforce customers and partners through a “customer trailblazer” themed event in which digital transformation is the goal at the end of the path.
Participants got to hear about Einstein AI, enhancements to Saleforce Lightning and numerous social initiatives that the CRM software provider is launching.
Tyler Prince, executive vice president of worldwide alliances and channels, and Keith Block, president and chief operating officer, discuss the growth of Salesforce’s partner ecosystem.
Numerous Salesforce executives detailed how solutions like Einstein AI and Lightning will benefit partners during the Day 1 keynote.
Salesforce mascots SaaSy (center) and Astro (left) found a new friend in Einstein (right). Dreamforce put on quite the aesthetic show this week.
Support staff dressed up as trail guides, and each location of the conference resembled a campground. That fit with the company’s motif of being “customer trailblazers.”
CEO Mark Benioff took charge of the main keynote Wednesday. The two-hour session went through a wide range of subjects, primarily Salesforce’s humanitarian and charitable accomplishments, and Einstein.
Salesforce used its magic to put Einstein on the stage with Benioff and co-founder Parker Harris. Read our full description of Einstein AI.
Stephanie Buscemi, executive vice president of product and solutions marketing, praised Fitbit, the provider of wearables, as a prime example of a “Customer Trailblazer.”
Like we said, Salesforce went all in on the outdoor motif, closing off a street and filling it with artificial grass. Bands played as attendees walked to and from keynotes.
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