AI, flows and App Connect Enterprise: The day one Dreamforce rundown

Share this post:

At Dreamforce 2017, IBM has been focusing on how to help every client make smarter decisions faster. The ability to access the right data, apply new insights and extract unique insights is what drives differentiated outcomes. But we are helping you take this capability one step further. The partnership between IBM and Salesforce provides an opportunity to create solutions specifically designed to help Salesforce clients get the most out of their data, and this week we are announcing two new capabilities:

· Enriching Salesforce with AI for new ways to engage your customers, partners and employees

· Extending Salesforce Lightning Flows for greater efficiency and responsiveness

IBM has also announced the beta for IBM App Connect Enterprise – a whole new way to bridge the hybrid divide between back-end systems and apps in the cloud. App Connect Enterprise allows organizations to achieve ever-higher levels of productivity through no-code interfaces, premade integration templates and a rich set of pre-built connectors to hundreds of cloud, packaged and proprietary applications and services.

Stop by the IBM booth (#300) to talk to our experts, watch demos and more! We’re looking forward to seeing you there for day two! In the meantime, find out how IBM Cloud Integration for Salesforce can help you.




Add Comment
No Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.Required fields are marked *

More Hybrid Stories

3 key ideas to help drive compliance in the cloud

Deploying critical data and workloads in a cloud environment can drive numerous benefits such as reduced costs and increased time to market on product and services. When designing a strategy for regulatory compliance in cloud deployments, however, IT leaders must first make some big decisions. For example, the choice of public, private or hybrid cloud […]

Continue reading

Cloud accounts for more than 20 percent of record-breaking IBM patents in 2017

IBM was issued 9,043 US patents in 2017, making it the top company for US patents granted for the 25th straight year. Of those, more than 1,900 — about 21 percent of the total — were cloud-related. For example, one patent was for a system that monitors data sources including weather reports, social networks, newsfeeds […]

Continue reading

Your line of business can “go fast” with hybrid integration

(This post is part of a series. Read part one, part two, part three, part four and part five to learn more about the urgent need for Hybrid Integration.) Just like Ricky Bobby in Talladega Nights, in today’s ultra-competitive marketplace there is only one rule: “If you ain’t first, you’re last.” First movers have a […]

Continue reading