It was the biggest Dreamforce to date. Andy Lawson, Salesforce’s UK & Ireland Managing Director and SVP, North Europe, Middle East & Africa, selects five of his personal takeaways.
Marissa Mayer was missing in action earlier in the week, but Verizon bosses are happy to discuss the fate of the planned Yahoo! takeover – and it’s not good news for those who reckon it’s a done deal.
ASOS is a UK global success story in the fashion retail e-commerce sector, reaping the benefits of sustained investment in new technologies and wooing its mobile-first, social-first 20-something customer base.
Yahoo! turns in its latest numbers – but where’s Marissa? CEO Mayer’s absence means that some awkward questions go unanswered. Handy!
Salesforce may have passed on any takeover interest for Twitter, but there are plenty of other possibilities that have caught – and might still catch – the acquisitive eye.
Universities face difficult market forces. Rising operating costs and recruitment challenges are a potent mix. One metric that preoccupies university administrators is retention. The University of Dayton shared their story on how they’ve used Alteryx to improve their analytics – and improve key goals like retention in the process.
I thought I was done with Facebook at Work for a while. But after the launch event, Facebook sent me updated information for “Workplace, by Facebook”, including pricing and customer counts. I also received a slew of emails from collaboration vendors with interesting/problematic critiques. Here’s the rundown.
Salesforce’s COO weighs in on Dreamforce, Brexit, field service and CEO trailblazers
SAP’s Tony Evans draws on his team’s field work to identify the factors that lead to digital success. Evans doesn’t mince words about the resistance digital transformation will face.