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By providing meaningful and relevant messages, you can create rich life-long relationships with your students, alumni and donors. Join us to learn how you can unlock Salesforce CRM data to engage your …
By providing meaningful and relevant messages, you can create rich life-long relationships with your students, alumni and donors. Join us to learn how you can unlock Salesforce CRM data to engage your customers with the right message through the right channels at the right time by leveraging the ExactTarget Marketing Cloud. Our special guest, Columbia Business School, will share how they are utilizing Salesforce CRM with the ExactTarget Marketing Cloud to improve communications, increase marketing efficiency, and track results. You'll leave this session inspired to create stronger more meaningful connections with your constituents!
Jason Belland, Senior Associate Director, Online Media and Technology, Columbia Business School
Jason Belland currently serves as Senior Associate Director of Online Technology at Columbia Business School Executive Education. His career in higher education spans 13 years, during which he has led innovation on projects including distance and online learning, CRM implementation, and website management. Jason speaks and consults internationally on the role of IT in delivering customer relationship management solutions to organizations.
Gordon Evans, VP of Marketing, ExactTarget Marketing Cloud, salesforce.com
Gordon Evans is the VP of Product Marketing for the Salesforce ExactTarget Marketing Cloud, where he and his team are responsible for messaging, positioning and go to market strategy. In the past eight years at salesforce.com, Gordon helped build salesforce.com’s award-wining public relations and social media teams, and launched some of the company’s most exciting initiatives, including the AppExchange and Force.com. Gordon has more than 20 years of experience in enterprise software and cloud computing product marketing, social media and PR, and has held a variety of positions at Epiphany, Digital Island and Novell.