Hey Wizard News fans. I’m sorry for the late post today. Right now, I’m sitting at a conference table for the MVP Summit. I’m very excited and humbled to be here.
This is the third MVP Summit hosted by salesforce.com. Salesforce invites their MVPs, approximately 150 people from customers and partners, to meet with their executives and product managers. They share with us news and strategic and ask for our feedback.
At the first MVP Summit, Parker Harris told the MVPs that he doesn’t want to just hear what they’re doing well. They hear that all the time. They want us to be open and honest where salesforce.com is missing the mark. Where are they screwing up or making mistakes?
This was a very refreshing perspective. I don’t know any other company that pays to have select cross section of their customers to come and tell them what they’re doing wrong.
Part of the MVP Summit is sharing what’s is on the roadmap and some of their strategic. We all signed Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), so I’m not supposed to share anything.
Thank you salesforce.com for the MVP Summit and listening to our feedback.