Sesame Software visited London, New York, Toronto, Boston, and Chicago in 2016, hosting booths at Salesforce World Tour and Gartner events. The Salesforce Bear In Boston   Liz Dubberley in New York Rick Banister, Liz Dubberley, Erik Broms in Chicago
Salesforce.com finally put a lid on registrations at 150,000. Hotels are sold out the first day of group registrations. Our CEO, Rick Banister, accidentally meets Marc Benioff in person on Third Street after the final day, and is so stunned by the experience that he’s almost hit by a bus 10
Sesame Software hosted a series of Data Integration Meetups events in Sunnyvale during 2015 and 2016, which were organized by Patrick Reilly, a patent attorney and intellectual propety expert. Local data architects and data integrators attended monthly dinners at the Turmeric Indian restaurant, socialized, and joined in educational seminars on
Sesame Software completed its acquisition of J-Stels, a Russian vendor of XML, CSV, dBase, and Microsoft Access JDBC drivers. This not only gives Relational Junction ETL Manager the capability of reading from and writing to all these data sources, but software developers can now buy the drivers directly for use in
The Sesame team traveled heavily in 2015, visiting Salesforce and Gartner events in New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, Atlanta, and Dallas. Liz Dubberley and Rick Banister at Boston Salesforce World Tour Rick Banister and Liz Dubberley at New York Salesforce World Tour Robert Janicki, Rick Banister, Crystal Duarte, Erik Broms