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5 Things To Watch For At Dreamforce 2019

Salesforce partners are eager to glean more knowledge about the company's product direction, channel goals and enterprise growth strategy.

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Salesforce closed its Tableau Software acquisition in quick-time this summer, and now its newest and most-expensive subsidiary is ready to be showcased to a Dreamforce audience.

It's not clear if Tableau will be presented as an entirely independent solution, or if Salesforce will use the leading BI platform it bought for $15.7 billion in stock to hint at or launch an entirely new product. But we're likely to see plenty of integrations with Salesforce clouds and the Einstein analytics platform.

When the deal was announced, partners were anticipating Tableau to deliver them a competitive advantage in an enterprise market clamoring for the ability to draw quick insights from increasingly large data sources.

Last week, Seattle-based Tableau held its own customer and partner conference in Las Vegas, at which Salesforce founder and co-CEO Marc Benioff was a keynote speaker.

Tableau unveiled a new global partner program that sees it rely more on partners to help customers develop “data cultures” and expand their use of Tableau’s business analytics and data management software.

Tableau also revealed an alliance with AWS and three strategic service partners in an initiative to get businesses and organizations—especially those using legacy BI software—to move their analytics operations to the cloud.

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