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Proud Contributor to the Salesforce Ecosystem

By Brian Schnack, Director of Product Management

IDC recently measured the sheer breadth of the Salesforce ecosystem, sharing the milestone achievements from customers and partners. As a proud partner and cloud leader, Five9 is ecstatic about this news.

The IDC report offers some mind-blowing stats related to the enormous size of future opportunities for cloud-based partnerships. For a company that was also born in the cloud, Five9 can most definitely relate: Continue reading

7 Tips For Dreamforce

It’s that time of year again when the hotels, restaurants and Ubers surrounding Moscone Center are packed with Dreamforce goers. Each year Dreamforce is determined to out-do themselves with a bigger and better event than the last year. With the conference just one week away, we’ve included 7 tips for Dreamforce survival.

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It’s The Season of Harvest at Oracle OpenWorld

By Scott Black, Director of Business Development

Fall is my favorite season and typically signifies autumnal changes that you expect to see, such as: changes in color, changes in temperature, and an anticipation for the fall harvest. In a similar fashion, I’m excited about the transformations we’re experiencing with one of our key strategic partners, Oracle, and the synergies we expect to have during Oracle OpenWorld (OOW) this week in San Francisco.

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IQPC Call Center Week Recap: Partners In Action

By Walt Rossi, VP Business Development

Vegas – we meet again! I am no stranger to this place. Many conferences are held in the entertainment capital of the world. And what better place to hold the world’s largest contact center conference. I’m talking about IQPC Call Center Week. Last week I attended the 17th annual conference that welcomed over 2,000 attendees, more than 200 technology solution providers, and over 130 speakers. According to the last year’s post show report, attendees at this event have global responsibilities (30%), have more than five years in strategic contact center or customer experience role (58%), are attending to optimize their current centers (82%), and are launching and planning for a new center (19%). With that is a tremendous amount of opportunities to see what is going on in the industry right now.

In the city of Las Vegas, where everything is an orchestrated show, it was great to see un-orchestrated examples of partnerships in action.

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