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Simplus’ Vanessa Grant to speak at Consultancy Dreamin’

Jul 6, 2021 | Admin, Latest News

Simplus is pleased to share that one of our latest hires, Vanessa Grant, will be presenting at the first-ever Consultancy Dreamin’—a virtual event for the Salesforce Trailblazer community. Vanessa’s session, How To Fake It and Make It In Your First Salesforce Business Analyst Role, is part of the Experience track, one of six speaking tracks attendees can participate in during the full-day event.

vanessa grantThe session will feature Vanessa’s fast-tracked experience going from entry-level business analyst to seasoned consultant in record time. Vanessa will share her firsthand strategies and tips for handling tricky situations as a Salesforce consultant and reveal the truth on what good consultants really need (and don’t need) to meet and exceed client expectations.

Vanessa comes to Simplus with over sixteen certifications in Salesforce, DocuSign, Conga, and Scrum, as well as an MBA from NYU and extensive client project work at her previous employers. We’re thrilled to see her expertise already taking center stage in the Salesforce ecosystem. To listen to Vanessa’s experience, register for the July 8 event here. 

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