Event Date: April 04, 2018
Hosted By: Salesforce
Location: Washington, DC
Join us for the all-new Salesforce World Tour Washington, D.C. on April 4 and find out how Salesforce is transforming the way departments, agencies, and their community of contractors meet the unique demands of today's mission.
The event will include a keynote from Tony Prophet, Chief Equality Officer at Salesforce and will feature government customer stories and a government demo.
In addition, we will be presenting 5 public sector breakout sessions focused on government solutions featuring Government Trailblazers, hands-on demos, and thousands of your peers in attendance for you to network and learn with.
Check out the full agenda here.
Be sure to join Carahsoft for a networking reception at Del Frisco's Grille following the event.
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