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Higher Education Summit February 11

Share Your Story at the Higher Ed Summit

By Kathleen Lueckeman, Senior Director, CRM and Director, Graduate Admissions, Wayne State University Are you working on something innovative for your school? Time-saving for your users? Success-oriented for your students? Share your work, gain some exposure for your institution and showcase your expertise by speaking at the Second Annual Higher Education Summit, on June 5-6, co-hosted with Arizona State […]

Food Shift January 31

Food Shift: Revolutionizing Food Recovery with Salesforce

By Kelly ErnstFriedman, Program Director of Food Shift My organization diverted over 20,000 lbs. of edible food from going into the landfill. We’ve fed hundreds of families in the Bay Area. We have recovered and redistributed over 2,000 lbs. of milk as part of our Food for Kids program in Oakland schools. We have 65 volunteers. We’ve reached over […]

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Come and join the Nonprofit Day!

by Rie Endo, Japan Manager The Nonprofit Day is a fun, exciting day for Salesforce.com Foundation customers to get motivated and inspired, and to connect with other nonprofits. It consists of two events; The Japan Nonprofit User Group and Success Clinic for NPO. Nonprofit DayはSalesforceをお使いの非営利団体のみなさんが多くの気づきを得て、さらにsalesforceを活用していこうと前向きな気持ちになる楽しいイベントです!二つのイベント「SalesforceユーザグループNPO分科会」と「活用クリニックfor NPO」からなります。

Join the Salesforce1 World Tour in New York

Kick off the New Year right with the Salesforce Foundation in New York City on Wednesday, January 8th at the first stop of the Salesforce1 World Tour. The full day of exploring the new Salesforce1 platform will include a keynote from Marc Benioff, Chairman & CEO of salesforce.com, sessions with live demos, and hands on […]

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Customer Company Tour Japan 2013

by Haruka Maruno, Community Program Lead Japan We successfully finished the Customer Company Tour Japan event on the 30th October 2013. It was the biggest event of a cloud computing in Japan and there were over 4,000 attendees who enjoyed the event. In the pre-show before a keynote session, Mr.Uo, CEO of Fundrex which our consulting […]

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Salesforce MVP’s Picks for Dreamforce 2013 – Seth Gorav

Seth Gorav, Salesforce Platform Manager, ASHOKA 1. Tell us a little about yourself? Been working on SFDC since 2008, when I migrated my nonprofit from a custom PHP system to SFDC NPSP. I’m now the primary admin at Ashoka, where we have 400 users that keep me on my toes. 2. How many times have […]

judi October 31

Salesforce MVP’s Picks for Dreamforce 2013 – Judi Sohn

Judi Sohn, Senior Solution Architect, KELL Partners 1. Tell us a little about yourself? I helped start the Colorectal Cancer Coalition in 2005. Within a few months, I realized we needed a good offline database and I found Salesforce. Back then there were not many resources so I had to learn most everything on my own. […]

kathy October 29

Salesforce MVP’s Picks for Dreamforce 2013 -Kathy Lueckeman

Kathy Lueckeman, Senior Director of CRM and Graduate Admissions, Wayne State Univeristy 1. Tell us a little about yourself? I’m the Senior Director of CRM and Graduate Admissions Director at Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich. (though I live about 45 miles north of Detroit on a little lake in a bedroom community). We launched […]

marc baizman October 24

Salesforce MVP’s Picks for Dreamforce 2013 – Marc Baizman

Marc Baizman, Senior Business Systems Analyst, Communispace 1. Tell us a little about yourself? I’ve been working with Salesforce and nonprofits since 2006, back in the olden days of “the nonprofit template.” My day job is as a Salesforce Administrator at Communispace, a marketing agency in Boston. 2. How many times have you been to […]

release-notes September 24

5 Steps to Getting the Most from a Salesforce Release

As you might know, salesforce.com is constantly innovating and upgrading their platform in the form of updates released to your ORG three times a year. These new product releases can seem a bit overwhelming, but there are some simple steps you can take to keep up with the platform and continue to get the most […]

kettering students August 28

Redefining Recruitment Practices

by Karen Full, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Kettering University The stagnating economy, a steady decrease in the high school-age population in many parts of the U.S., and a lessened ability and/or willingness on the part of parents to fund a private university education for their children has contributed to the enrollment difficulties facing many institutions […]

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