Wow. That came around quickly. Dreamforce 2016 is already upon on us. Starting Tuesday October 4th, the likes of U2, Billie Jean King, and Patricia Arquette (yes, it’s a crazy combo) will join 170,000 business people at the biggest SaaS and sales event on the planet.
If you’re heading out to San Francisco for Dreamforce 2016, it’s vital that you do your preparation now. With more than 2,000 sessions to attend and thousands of products to check out, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and find yourself crouched in a dark corner sobbing. Even if you didn’t manage to get in, there are plenty of ways to follow the event and gain valuable insight into how sales software and cloud technology can propel your sales team into hyperdrive.
We’ve had a look at the strongest contenders in certain categories, but overall, which are the countries that produce the most popular cloud apps. (more…)
As the world’s greatest athletes slug it out to become Olympians, an even more competitive battle has been raging: the fight for medals at the SaaS Summer Games 2016. GetApp’s Games are designed to find the most popular SaaS software from the top SaaS companies on the planet, pitting business solutions against each other in a frenzied, furious, fight to the finish in six different ‘events’, related to types of application.
Techorating – the fusion of technology and decorating – can be a powerful way to improve employee morale and customer experience, according to new GetApp research.
63% of small business owners and managers polled said that they agreed that interior décor, such as “techorating” a company’s premises (using digital signage solutions to adorn a shop/office) can reap rewards for both staff and customers. In fact, 19% of those polled said they “strongly agree” that digital interior décor can have a significant impact.
By contrast, only 6% of small businesses said that interior décor doesn’t make a difference to morale and customer experience, while 30% were undecided.
The road to Rio for the 2016 Olympics in August is still littered with controversy and pitfalls. But there will be no such doom and gloom surrounding GetApp’s inaugural SaaS Summer Games 2016 – where the best cloud software apps for business will battle it out for medals, and where we’ll discover which countries produce the most successful SaaS apps.
You can be assured that no viruses will scupper the entrants into our SaaS Summer Games – in fact, by visiting software product profile pages on GetApp you can find out the security policies that the apps use to safeguard your data. We’re hoping for a clean competition without the threat of cheating – all of the top players in the cloud software world will be turning up for this one!