Salesforce Einstein Analytics Demo @SFBelgiumUG
Yesterday Tuesday, April 28th we hosted our very first Virtual User Group session ever and with success (we hope…). Yes, these corona times can work on our nerves, depriving us of social contact and seeing our friends, family, colleagues, and our Salesforce Ohana especially 🙁 BUT it also pushes group leaders to be creative, take new measures in reaching their audience and trying new things out!
After a short introduction by User Group leader Michaël de Feyter, the session kicked off with an attendance of 38 attendees, watching, listening attentively and learning from the comfort of their homes.
The session was all about a specific part of the Salesforce Einstein Suite: Einstein Analytics
Jurgen Janssens (AsUgo) started off with an explanation of all the features within the Einstein Suite and where Einstein Analytics fits into the Einstein and Salesforce scenery.
Steven Hugo (PwC) continued with a deep-dive into Einstein Analytics specifically and ended off with a wonderful in-depth demo, followed by a Q&A.
View the full session recording:
Sam Junius (C-Clear) has joined the leadership team of the Brussels Administrator User Group.
Sam has been working with Salesforce as a consultant since 2017 and has been an active attendee of the User Group meetings since then. Sam showed initiative coming up with new ideas to present, has actually presented some topics at previous sessions and has shown that he had a heart for the community. We are very happy Sam is joining our team, that will continue to grow the User Group in Belgium for years to come!
We ended the session with a little quiz and the WINNER was Samuel Moyson!
Congratulations Samuel winning the following brand new and exclusive sweather:
If you haven’t attended any of the Belgium User Group sessions, register here: https://trailblazercommunitygroups.com/brussels-be-administrators-group/
You’ll be notified on upcoming meetings. We really hope to see you next time, either Virtual or In-Person!
Wish you all the best!