Salesforce Integration: Crossing the Business –IT Divide

Here’s a Dreamforce ’09 session video focused on cloud integration:

“There is no one-size-fits-all solution to integrate Salesforce CRM with on-premises applications. Alignment between Salesforce CRM administrators and IT is essential and the right integration strategy can dramatically improve adoption and success. Learn how cloud integration can be the key to IT and line of business alignment. Hear how organizations have been able to get the most out of all of their application and platform investments with solutions from Informatica.”

Speakers:

  • Steve Mooney, Salesforce.com
  • Matt Brady, TransUnion
  • Paul Stevenson, Amerigroup
  • Dan Marionni, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
  • Ron Lunasin, Informatica Cloud (note that Ron jumps into a live Cloud Integration demo at 48:36)
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