The Salesforce Integration & Analytics Meetup is a free event open to everyone. Come network with other Salesforce users, from experts to newbies, and stay for two great demos of new data integration and analytics technologies.
Drinks and Middle Eastern food will be provided thanks to our sponsor Woopra!
7:00-7:30: Woopra Demo, John Whiteside, Vice President, Sales at Woopra
7:30-8:00: CloudAmp Dashboard for Google Analytics Demo, David Hecht, Founder, CloudAmp
8:00-8:30 Networking & Wrapup
About our Speakers
John Whiteside, Woopra
John Whiteside is VP of Sales at Woopra. Mr Whiteside brings experience in Salesforce Integration and Analytics from positions at IBM, Cast Iron Systems and Boomi. Mr Whiteside was also Founder at DSLnetworks, one of the first ISP companies to deliver nationwide broadband access to enterprise companies.
John Whiteside will be demoing Woopra's new Salesforce integration. Woopra is a real-time customer analytics service that provides solutions for sales, service, marketing and product teams. The platform is designed to help organizations optimize the entire customer lifecycle by delivering live, granular behavioral data for individual website visitors and customers. It ties individual-level data to aggregate analytics reports for a full lifecycle view that bridges departmental gaps.
David Hecht, CloudAmp
David Hecht is Founder of CloudAmp LLC, a Salesforce application, analytics and dashboard company focused on helping marketing and sales professionals improve their inbound funnel. David has been a Salesforce user and administrator since 2002, and has managed sales teams and inbound marketing organizations using Salesforce at startups such as Cloudkick and GoGrid. He is a Salesforce Certified Administrator, and is also the organizer of the Salesforce Integration & Analytics Meetup, a networking event and new technology showcase held every other month in San Francisco.
David will be demoing his CloudAmp Dashboard for Google Analytics, a Salesforce app which lets you easily see top level web traffic metrics from Google Analytics, directly in Salesforce in a standard dashboard. It was released in December 2012.