More than 5,000 Attendees came together at Dreamforce '06 as Salesforce.com redefined On-Demand Computing with Apex, the world's first on-demand programming language and platform, and the new promise of "Innovation Not Infrastructure." Meanwhile, Sesame Software had its first major customer dinner at Dreamforce ’06 and enabled customers to embrace the
Sesame Software unveiled its flagship product, Relational Junction for Salesforce, at Dreamforce ‘05 to an audience of 3500 attendees. At the time, this was the largest-ever on-demand computing expo and the third Dreamforce, featuring more than 100 companies demonstrating their salesforce.com-related solutions. Sesame Software had only two employees and four
Sesame Software released the full bi-directional capabilities of Relational Junction for Salesforce at Salesforce.com's "Integrationforce Day" event in San Francisco. Business Objects sponsored a booth at this event showing Bay Area companies how they were able to use Relational Junction to integrate Salesforce.com with internal sales and marketing systems, migrate their
Sesame Software announced today a new data replication product for Salesforce.com, Relational Junction for Salesforce. The first customer, Business Objects, deployed Relational Junction for Salesforce to create a corporate data warehouse of their Salesforce.com data, allowing them to run the BusinessObjects XI business intelligence product on their Salesforce data. This first-generation
Sesame Software announced today a new data integration product, Relational Junction ETL Manager. The first customer, ebrary, deployed Relational Junction ETL Manager to upgrade its 36 GB customer operational database from Oracle 8 to Oracle 9 with only a 10 minute downtime.