At the risk of sounding cliché, it’s hard to believe Dreamforce is next week! As I’ve prepared to travel to San Francisco, I’ve been thinking a lot about what I want to get out of the event, and it struck me that the breadth and depth of vendors in attendance, content available, and people in attendance is incredible.
In fact, it can be downright overwhelming.
Dreamforce has more than 2,000 sessions scheduled, of which 301 have self-identified as having a sales enablement theme! This makes sense, because sales enablement is a huge component of a modern sales organization, and integrating into Salesforce is one of the best ways to make sure sales gets what they need, when they need it. The problem is, of these 301 sessions, it’s unclear how many of them are truly centered around sales enablement.
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