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Hub2014 Speaker Series: Anaplan and Salesforce: Joining Forces

Anaplan’s customer conference HUB 2014 is approximately 6 days away, and we have a stellar line-up of speakers spanning Anaplan customers, partners, and industry experts. Today, we’d like to announce another of our all-star panels: Anaplan and Salesforce: Joining Forces.

Salesforce has become the dominant CRM platform by providing incredible automation and rich data sets for enterprises of all sizes. Anaplan has re-architected the foundation of Business Planning and Execution. So, what happens when these two come together?

On Wednesday, May 14, 2014 join Anaplan’s VP of Sales, Dennis Dresser and Salesforce’s Lindsay Johnston, Regional Vice President, Enterprise Accounts, for a 1-on-1 talk about the power of Salesforce + Anaplan. This will be followed by a high-powered panel of customers who are combining the power of Salesforce with Anaplan to take CRM and sales effectiveness to new heights:

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear first-hand how you can unlock the power of your CRM data to gain better insights into your business and the ability to make sound, data-driven decisions to power your business growth.

For information on speakers, agenda and more visit: http://hub2014.anaplan.com

To register for Hub 2014, visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/hub-2014-tickets-10608940627

We hope you will join us for Hub 2014. Join the conversation on Twitter: #hub2014 and stay tuned for more updates on speakers!

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