Tuesday night at Dreamforce 2013 was gala night, with Blondie and Green Day at AT&T park. True to the forecast the weather was spectacularly bad - it didn't just rain, it poured! But, in the spirit of Dreamforce, regardless of the weather, it was another amazing night! ...
Salesforce ExactTarget Marketing Cloud customer Lorna Jane has once again proven itself a leader when it comes to engaging with its social communities with the launch of Active Nation Day on Sunday 29 September.
The Active Nation Day initiative, dreamed up by Lorna Jane as a way to inspire women...
Waste management isn’t necessarily what immediately springs to mind when you think of great customer service, and that’s because it’s low involvement. As long as waste is collected as scheduled, people tend not to give it a second thought.
But, times they are a-changing. According to Kate...
Norm Black – founder of online adventure deals company Trip A Deal - made an
appearance during the Salesforce.com at CeBIT keynote, little did he know how fast
and how direct would be the impact on his business.
had an immediate spike in traffic to the site, which doesn’t ever...
Nu-Steel Homes, Australia’s longest standing, most respected name in custom build homes, is renovating the building industry by innovating in the cloud.
Ash Richardson learned on acquiring the company that an established brand is no guarantee for well-founded business processes – Nu-Steel was...
an innovator about what they’re doing and the answer comes back with such
passion and energy – I’m always awestruck by those conversations.
recent exchange with Dave Adler, Chief Commercial Officer of Smartsalary, was
no different. Listening to Dave outline the company’s vision for making...
I don’t know about you but when I hear the words “one stop shop” I’m listening! The thought of getting what I need in one place without a huge amount of time and hassle appeals to my ongoing desire to make things less complicated. That’s exactly why I like what fast growing Sydney business...
One thing that makes the current social revolution radically
different from previous technology waves is that it’s age agnostic (cyber
bullies, mummy bloggers, they are all out there).
It’s no less impressive, however, when a 77-year-old
employee leads the charge into social computing.
Dreamforce is here and I’m in San Francisco witnessing palpable excitement among city hotels packed to the roofs with anticipating delegates first hand.
And, it has occurred to me that this year is special. It’s a year when we are not just predicting a trend but also genuinely carving an...