Is Enterprise Software Here to Stay? A Salesforce.com usergroup in Toronto

Posted by Soniya Monga

TODAY:

Hosted by Andrew Sincliar, right now, you can be a part of the foray into social software for the enterprise as the next Salesforece.com user group focuses on the newly emerged Chatter and Collaboration tool. We've heard the pundits who have talked about social software as marginalizing the importance of email over the next five years.  But what does this mean for the future of interaction, sharing and communication for businesses? What about the lines between the public and private space becoming less distinct, and the effect this will have on the way business is conducted? These are all questions that Francisco Casas, who has been an advocate for social software in the enterprise and a key player in the rise of the CRM culture will hope to address.

RIGHT NOW:

Casas is explaining the benefits of Chatter; what it means to businesses, how to maximize its use to understand enterprise and communication goals and strategies and how to best deploy the tool.  Shortly, Casas will engage in a deep dive of the tool and go through various case studies to exemplify how Chatter is being effectively used in the enterprise space.  A round table discussion will also follow.

Held at the Ivey Leadership Centre, you can be a part of the discussion remotely and use the following dial in details: ow.ly/2aJY3.

Company:
Salesforce.com
Website:
http://www.salesforce.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Salesforce.com is the enterprise cloud computing company that is leading the shift to the Social Enterprise. Our trusted cloud platform and apps—including our flagship CRM solution—help employees collaborate easily and connect with customers like never before. And thanks to the cloud, all of it comes with low cost, low risk, and fast results. Our 100,000+ successful customers tell the story best. more


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Soniya Monga

Soniya Monga

From the world of finance to high fashion, and non-profits to technology, Soniya is currently exploring the power of the digital landscape for business to business marketing as a Relationship marketer within Microsoft Canada’s Small and Mid-Size business community. Soniya’s background includes roles at Morgan Stanley along with previous stints in Public Relations at Faulhaber PR. She has been... more



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