Multi Cloud demo
This past week on March 14th 2017, we were fortunate enough to get a multi cloud demo (Sales Cloud, Community Cloud, Marketing Cloud) from Mickael Masset, Cegema – part of the Swiss Life group.
Guillaume Aurine, Director Product Marketing at Salesforce in Paris, shared his thoughts on Salesforce innovations in Artificial Intelligence (Predictive Recommendations, Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning, Machine Learning).
Salesforce customers are turning to Apsynergy to design and deliver custom training. Nihon Kohden decided to custom design and in-person deliver such training sessions to maximize the adoption of Salesforce. The main modules taught, in 5 languages, were Sales Cloud and Salesforce Quote-to-Cash.
In person training allows Salesforce customers to maximize adoption – making an event alongside the training classrooms, localizing and adapting training content so as include participants and ensure they get the best value out of such training activities.
This is also an opportunity to mingle with colleagues who aren’t necessarily based in the same location.
Our methodology is to focus on Learning rather than Teaching. Participants will learn new skills, learning by doing will allow Salesforce users to best benefit from the time spent with Apsynergy during these sessions.
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Apsynergy announced today financial and local support of France-based Non Profit Organisation “Institut Louis Germain” https://www.institutlouisgermain.org/.
Institut Louis Germain’s mission is to help give access to elite education to underprivileged children who have been gifted with over average abilities but without the opportunity to develop and thrive.
Within the framwork of a tutorship, Institut Louis Germain supports students who want to succeed by allowing them to get top level tuition to stengthen their academic skills.
To date, more than 300 children have signed the Institut Louis Germain charter [in French] to be part of the tutorship programme. They originate from schools in underprivileged communities of Marseille and Avignon and are part of summer schools organised at various campuses in the region.
What a day it was! Stress balls have been handed out, brochures and case studies all gone. Here are a few picts from this year’s SFWT Paris!