Join us tomorrow for #ResilienceWork with OwnBackup

Tomorrow, July 15th, join us for #ResilienceWork—the 24-hour global, virtual event from OwnBackup and Salesforce. Simplus is pleased to be a partner sponsor and to have several of our top executive leaders sharing insights during the event.

#ResilienceWork is all about bringing the Salesforce ecosystem together to share messages of hope, resilience, and recovery as business leaders all over the world navigate the new era of business COVID-19 is ushering in.

Headlining the event’s keynote will be Malala Yousafzai, activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Peace Laureate, and Anousheh Ansari, an Iranian-American engineer and the first female Muslim in space. The event will also feature countless sessions across multiple industries and interest areas, including women in tech, healthcare, financial services, cloud data protection, and manufacturing and CPQ.

Simplus is thrilled to be representing in the event’s manufacturing and CPQ thought leadership sessions with our team members, executives, Infosys colleagues, and clients. Among this great line up of speakers are…

– Simplus CEO, Ryan Westwood

– Simplus manufacturing lead, Tom Lovell

– Infosys manufacturing lead, Rajiv Puri

– VP at ALW (a Simplus client), Adam Cieciura

– Simplus manufacturing account executives

– Simplus delivery managers


Between all of them, we’re excited to learn more about digital transformation in the manufacturing space and how to capitalize on technology projects even in the face of this year’s changes.

To register for the event, click here! We’re excited to connect with you there.

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