Apple CEO Tim Cook to Speak at Salesforce Conference Tomorrow

Apple CEO Tim Cook will join Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff for a fireside chat at the Dreamforce 2019 conference on Tuesday at approximately 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time at the Yerba Buena Theater. A live stream will be available.


Apple and Salesforce formed a strategic partnership in 2018. Salesforce has since redesigned its customer relationship management app with support for the latest features on iPhone and iPad, including Siri Shortcuts and Face ID. The new Salesforce app is available in the App Store.

Salesforce has also announced a Trailhead GO learning app with more than 700 modules covering business and tech skills. Trailhead GO is available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. Additional features, including support for Dark Mode and Sign in with Apple, are expected to be available later this year.


Last, the two companies have announced a new Salesforce mobile SDK, optimized for Swift and iOS 13. The new SDK, coming later this year, will help developers to build and deploy native Salesforce apps for iPhone and iPad.

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19 weeks ago


Isn't salesforce an app that make it so that it is easy to control salespeople, and also easy to fire them, so that they are nothing more than widgets? I've heard friends say they despise the salesforce app as it completely dehumanizes you in a company.

Salesforce is CRM, or customer relationship management, software nothing more.
While I do not care for Salesforce due to their price gouging tactics, their software hardly dehumanizes anyone.
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19 weeks ago
This should be fascinating… Wake up when something interesting happens again at Apple.
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19 weeks ago
I don't believe the previous CEO was ever referred to as "Apple CEO Steve Jobs" when writing about him on tech blog sites.
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19 weeks ago
Ya know what the Eagles had to say about lawyers. These days I think salespeople are getting close to qualifying, as well. Basically, they are incented to "do whatever it takes" to make a sale. In their case, I personally see management as the root cause, as several posts above assert as well.
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19 weeks ago


Why have I never heard of salesforce nor of their app? Should I install the app? Why is it free? Is it full of ads, etc?


Or, just go to salesforce.com or google Salesforce and you'll learn everything you need to know...

TL;DR If you haven't heard of it, you don't need it.
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