Dreamforce 2015 software conference hosted by Salesforce started in San Francisco. Salesforce expects more than 160,000 registered attendees from more than 78 countries to attend the 13th annual Dreamforce conference with an additional 10 million viewers expected to join online.
Dreamforce takes place Sept. 15–18, 2015, throughout Moscone Center and eight surrounding hotels in downtown San Francisco.
The event is expected to attract more than 150,000 people to register to attend and more than 10 million to join online.
“At Dreamforce this year, we’ll show you how we can help make your customers love you,” said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO, Salesforce.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will share their insights on the future of the technology industry.
— Salesforce (@salesforce) September 15, 2015
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, New York Times-bestselling author and The Honest Company Founder Jessica Alba, Oscar-winning actress Patricia Arquette, Taskrabbit CEO Leah Busque, Executive Director of Equal Rights Advocates Noreen A. Farrell, Eventbrite Co-Founder and President Julia Hartz, Stitch Fix CEO and Founder Katrina Lake, CoderDojo CEO Mary Dunphy Moloney, and Victoria’s Secret supermodel and coder Lyndsey Scott are slated to give key notes at the Women’s Leadership Summit.
Salesforce launches SalesforceIQ
Salesforce on Tuesday launched SalesforceIQ, which it calls the future of selling for every business, at the Dreamforce 2015 in San Francisco.
SalesforceIQ is powered by Relationship Intelligence technology that utilizes advanced data science to analyze company relationships with prospects, customers and partners. Its two products are SalesforceIQ for Small Business and SalesforceIQ for Sales Cloud.
Salesforce said companies can leverage data-driven insights to deepen customer relationships and accelerate deals through the pipeline with SalesforceIQ.
SalesforceIQ for Small Business is generally available today in the United States, Canada and Australia. Pricing starts at $25 per user per month.
Meanwhile, SalesforceIQ for Sales Cloud is currently in beta and free for all Sales Cloud users in English. Pricing will be announced at the time of general availability which is expected to be in early 2016.