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Salesforce's Dreamforce 2014 Highlights Improved Mobility and Analytics

Published: 19 November 2014

ID: G00271454

Analyst(s): Gene Phifer , Jim Murphy , Yefim Natis , Mike Gotta , Tiffani Bova, Michael Maoz, Chris Fletcher, Kensuke Kawabe


Dreamforce attracts more IT and business attendees than any other conference focused on CRM processes and technologies. is emphasizing IT, business intelligence, the role of the mobile worker and collaborative communities supported by a strong partner network.

Table Of Contents


  • User Interface and Mobile Capabilities of Salesforce1 Lightning
  • Analytics Cloud for Analytics/BI
  • Functional Expansion and Tighter Integration of the Marketing Cloud
  • Challenges and Limitations From Dreamforce

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