Save the date for our last meeting for 2018 where we'll wrap up a huge year for our expanding user group and celebrate the festive season.
As always there will be delicious canapes and a selection of beverages plus a fantastic lucky door prize perfect for the festive season from our fellow group member Scott Leggo.
Topics for the night will include presentations on:
1. Tactics to change organisational behaviour (presented by Catherine Labbe, PwC) - With a new focus on digital transformation, many organisations are focusing on changing the ways IT departments work on projects: from traditional to agile .... but no one tells the users! Users have learned to stop asking for what they want, find a way to get around rigid systems and download free apps to help. With SF we can do better - we know it - but how do we make the rest believe us?
Use Salesforce to create a culture that supports difference of opinion and a willingness to try different things:
2. Highlights of Salesforce Winter '19 Release (presented by Tanya Weston, Australian Academy of Science)
3. Goodbye Notes & Attachments; Hello Files! (presented by Hargobind Singh) - Files were first introduced as a powerful way to manage documents in Salesforce in Winter '16. Other options such as attachments and documents are not as flexible and are becoming more and more obsolete. Hargobind will be presenting the difference between the two and how to make the move.
Please let us know if you can join us by selecting the RSVP button above. Hope you can join us.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting (Australia) Pty Limited
Australian Academy of Science
Catherine Labbé currently pursues her passion for the Salesforce platform as a Certified Salesforce Consultant, with which she currently has 6 years of implementation experience and 6 Salesforce Certifications.
Catherine is adept at bridging the divide between business and technology, and strongly believes that even the smallest changes can have significant impact. Her current role at PwC Canberra revolves around sharing her enthusiasm for the platform, its capabilities, while providing expert advice throughout various stages of implementation.
Tanya is the SRM Administrator at the Academy. After nearly 7 ½ years as the Grants Administration Officer, she moved to part-time Administrator during the Academy’s implementation in May 2017, before going full-time in April 2018. Tanya became a Certified Administrator in June 2018 and is currently working with the Academy’s education teams to integrate their various databases into Salesforce.