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ReadyTalk on the Road with Salesforce: Cloudforce Social Enterprise Tour in San Francisco

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March 15, 2012 | Moscone West | San Francisco

Tomorrow, ReadyTalk heads to San Francisco for the Salesforce Cloudforce Social Enterprise Tour along with hundreds of other social enterprise leaders and special guests from Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Accenture and more. It’s a free event so sign up. If you’ll be attending, be sure to stop by booth 18B and check out the ReadyTalk for Salesforce application.

ReadyTalk recently upgraded the app to allow salespeople to focus less time on the technology behind a demo and more time on the message of the demo. With ReadyTalk, prospects can join in seconds with no downloads and crystal-clear audio. Sales reps can schedule and start demos right from Salesforce. Demos are automatically captured as Salesforce activities, freeing sales reps to focus on selling and arming management with valuable insight into performance.

Since the show is all about social… check this out. As you know, sites like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn provide an easy and budget-friendly way to get the word out about your upcoming live event or your on-demand recording. ReadyTalk’s social media tools make it easy for you and your audience to share information about your upcoming webinar on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

We love face-to-face time (often a rarity in the world of web conferencing), and we’d love to give you a demo of our Salesforce app and social media tools. We’ll also be co-hosting a cocktail party with one of our marketing automation partners, Pardot, after the event. We hope to see you there!


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Time: Tuesday, March 20, 2012

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