Going to #salesforcetour London? Learn from Annika Milton of adidas Group
Are you a Salesforce developer or admin who’ll be attending the Salesforce World Tour London (#salesforcetour) on May 18, 2017? If yes, you’ll have the opportunity to learn directly from our customer Annika Milton, Senior Project Manager, adidas Group, when she presents at 12 pm in the Partner Theater on the expo floor.
Annika’s work at adidas helps ensure that their Salesforce deployments bring their business closer to customers, enabling the success of more than 1000 Salesforce users. Her session, however, is not just for enterprise Salesforce admins or developers; what Annika knows about driving innovation and change at scale will be useful for organizations of all sizes. You’ll learn what Annika’s team does for adidas, and all the ways that they’re using Salesforce to help adidas serve their customers and drive their business. And you’ll also learn why Annika and her team selected Spanning Backup for Salesforce to protect their Salesforce data and customizations.
But why did adidas use a third-party AppExchange solution from Spanning to protect their data?
As Annika noted in a recent conversation with Spanning, the customer is at the core of everything adidas does. “Having Spanning in place gives us peace of mind. We know that if anything ever happened to the data … be it through a system glitch, malicious interference or simply human error, we will be able to recover it from whichever date in the past we chose.”
Spanning Backup for Salesforce was the right choice to support adidas’ customer focus. And with Spanning’s new release of metadata comparison, it’s even easier to manage and protect your customizations, as well as your data.
Come learn from Annika on Thursday, May 18 at 12 pm, and stop by the Demo Jam the same day at 5 pm to see Spanning demo against other leading AppExchange partners. Visit us in Booth 140 to see our metadata comparison or pinpoint bulk restore. If you aren’t attending, but would like details from the presentation, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Download our 3-Step Guide to Protecting Data in Salesforce