Come Hear My Talk at Dreamforce 2014

CRM Adoption Doesn't Matter
My talk at Dreamforce 2014: Why CRM Adoption Doesn’t Matter.

Despite rumors to the contrary, I’m not going to be flying my drone every minute at Dreamforce. I have some other fun activities planned as well, such as giving a talk entitled “CRM Adoption Doesn’t Matter.”

With all due respect to my former colleagues Matt Johnson,Carlos Montejo and Jim Holst, I think there has been too much emphasis on adoption of CRM systems like salesforce.com. I think we’re losing the thread of what really matters, and that’s what I’m addressing in my talk.

For those of you who were thinking about bringing small children to the talk, please don’t. Even though I am going to be featuring a slide like this

Having trouble with CRM adoption? We feel your pain. Come to the Dark Side and learn why it isn't important.
Having trouble with CRM adoption? We feel your pain. Come to the Dark Side and learn why it isn’t important.

my talk isn’t going to be “G” rated. You see when I get passionate about a topic, there is no holding back.

Here are the details for my talk:

MarioDay & Time: Tuesday the 14th at 11:30am PST

Location: Moscone West Hall Room WRM5

Qualification: To attend you must posses an InsideSales.com “Golden Ticket” which can be obtained from their booths (N1200 or W621)

Slides Featuring Super Mario: Only two this year.

Virtual Option: If you’re not in town for Dreamforce this year, you can also watch the live streaming of my talk. Details here.

If you’re trying to find me at Dreamforce this year, send me a tweet: @adamhonig

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