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Over the next few days, I'll be tweeting and posting about Dreamforce '16, with an emphasis on Philly connections. Let me know if you've got any items to add.
Amazing Dreamforce is live on Twitter! https://t.co/3t1o9t54tq— Marc Benioff (@Benioff) October 4, 2016
The Salvation Army, Western USA Territory, Selects roundCorner's NGO Connect for Next-Generation https://t.co/UTYlc7Is7E— tom paine (@phillytechnews) October 6, 2016
"Industry verticals would be very, very nice. I know they’ve dabbled, but truly for a health and life sciences business, having an industry vertical you can use of the box would be very, very welcome. Very often we have to take what is given to us and then augment it with our own development, or with app cloud vendors and so on, in order to give us that solution. Personally I’d like to see more of that."
-Sanjay Singh, IT Director at Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices.
"Other real-world products that use the Xively IoT platform, also on display at DreamForce, include:
--Wireless lighting by industry pioneer Lutron, the company that invented the light dimmer two generations ago. Lutron light control products range from individual dimmers to total light management systems that control entire building complexes. Some of the larger Lutron light control systems in the United States include the 52-story New York Times Builngek.com/innovation/numerous-iot-related-products-services-debut-at-dreamforce.html
Most Innovative Solution: Accenture with Merck Animal Health (using Veeva CRM)
Catching up with Keith Block - Brexit, trailblazers and more https://t.co/NoPTySZAg2— diginomica (@diginomica) October 7, 2016
Congratulations to @roundCornerInc, one of the 2016 Partner Innovation Award winners!— Tyler Prince (@Tyler_SFDC) October 7, 2016
Bits: Daily Report: Salesforce Has Had Its Eye on Twitter. But Why? https://t.co/c1wLlemZab— NYT Technology (@nytimestech) October 7, 2016