It’s been a busy summer, and one we hope all our regular readers have thoroughly enjoyed. And, after a short break, we’re back with our regular round ups of the latest activity from the London Salesforce developer user group.
We are still coming together each month for opportunities to keep networking, sharing experience and development practices, discussing new features, and giving each other feedback on developments with Salesforce technologies.
I couldn’t actually make it to the July event, so I’m super chuffed that these are recorded and put onto the London Salesforce DUG YouTube channel, thanks MobileCaddy!
July’s Salesforce event took place on Wednesday the 18th at the BrightGen offices in Liverpool Street. So let’s take a look at the two very exciting, very innovative sessions from the speakers:
Our client, EcoEnergy, has increased the number of users for its MobileCaddy-powered Salesforce mobile application. This article will focus on EcoEnergy’s mobile journey so far, which is a great example of the Salesforce platform driving the transformation of critical processes in the field.
A growing mobile workforce
We’re delighted to announce one of our social enterprise clients, EcoEnergy, has made the decision to purchase additional licenses, to increase the number of employees using its business critical mobile application in the field.
Their user base is increasing by 50% which demonstrates how important a robust, offline-first mobile app can be in carrying out key processes, such as the collection of customer data in remote locations with poor connectivity.
Mobile is a Moving Target
Leaders in enterprise mobility are the businesses that are always striving to innovate. For us, continuous innovation means continuous updates and improvements to mobile applications. This is how mobile apps are able to deliver true competitive advantages and differentiation to a business.
We believe all our customers and partners fall into this category, because they are approaching mobility in such a way that they’re never standing still with their mobile initiatives, and they appreciate the environment their mobile apps operate in never stands still either. What makes them leaders is that, instead of seeing that challenge as an obstacle to innovation, they use it as the basis for their mobile strategies.
As it does each month, the London Salesforce developer community once again came together recently for an evening of networking, sharing experience and development practices, discussing new features, and giving each other feedback on development with Salesforce.
Our more regular readers, and attendees of the events, will know by now that we’re proud sponsors of the London Salesforce DUG YouTube channel. As a result, it’s our job to to bring you highlights, and ensure members of the community who can’t attend in person can keep up to speed. But, of course, we do encourage you to come along the next time you’re in the area if you’re a Salesforce developer.
This month’s DUG event took place on Wednesday, June 20 and was hosted by makepositive. There were two exciting sessions from guest speakers who we’ll cover in detail here:
Our regular readers will know by now that the London Salesforce developer community comes together once a month in London to network, share great tips and development practices, get to grips with new features, and give feedback on APIs and the development experience.
As proud sponsors of the London Salesforce DUG YouTube channel, we’ll continue to provide the highlights of each event to ensure members of the community who can’t attend in person can keep up to speed. But, trust us, they’re way better in person, so be sure to come along the next time you’re available.
This month’s DUG event took place on Tuesday, 15 May, hosted by Salesforce at the impressive Salesforce Tower with food and drinks kindly sponsored by Data Dwell (a Salesforce AppExchange Partner). It featured a presentation from a special guest speaker Eric Jacobson, VP Product Manager, Salesforce Lightning, but before that was one of the meetup organisers, Keir Bowden:
Regular readers will know we here at MobileCaddy make an effort to stay engaged and active within the wider Salesforce community.
We are proud sponsors of the London Salesforce Developer User Group YouTube channel, and our Lead Mobile Technical Architect Todd is a regular speaker at the London DUG events.
Each month, the Salesforce developer community in London gets together to network, share great development practices, get to grips with new features, and give feedback on APIs and the development experience.
We’ll be bringing the highlights of these events to you to ensure members of the community who can’t attend in person can keep up to speed. For example, last month’s London Salesforce DUG featured great talks from Todd and BrightGen CTO Keir Bowden.
This month’s DUG event took place on Thursday 26 April and was sponsored by Third Republic. It featured two great talks from London DUG members: