We have just witnessed one of the best TrailheaDXs and the Indian Trailblazer Community eventually lived their long-awaited dream. Last week on Dec 19th & 20th, for the very first time TrailheaDX hosted out of San Francisco in Bengaluru, India & the biggest Salesforce developer conference offered everything that made the India Ohana more connected & empowered.
TrailheaDX was power-packed with 100+ sessions, hands-on workshops, keynotes, Salesforce demos, connections & learning. Day one evening was full of actions that included an epic party & a battle of the best AppExchange apps at the ‘Demo Jam’.
AppExchange Demo Jam is a fast-paced, highly-anticipated battle of the app demos. Four leading AppExchange partners including DataArchiva showcased their apps with a real-time demo within three minutes. The winner was selected by the audience present there through live voting.
It was a privilege for DataArchiva to share the stage with a few of the best AppExchange partners and showcasing how the application is helping various Salesforce enterprise customers archive their data and efficiently manage their data storage space with a cost-saving of over 85%.
After getting the highest number of audience votes, DataArchiva was announced as the winner of the first-ever TrailheaDX India Demo Jam. That moment was precious & beyond words. We were honored as well as proud of the achievement. It has been a great year for DataArchiva & we couldn’t have asked for a better way to celebrate Christmas. In July this year, DataArchiva was also the winner of the first-ever Demo Jam that ever happened in India during BLRDEVX.
2020 is going to be even more exciting and we can’t wait for the adventure to begin. DataArchiva is widely considered in the Salesforce ecosystem as the #1 data archiving solution for Salesforce which is also a native app powered by Big Objects. Many top Salesforce enterprise customers are using the application to manage their data usage and minimize storage costs.
Please check the app here.
Watch DataArchiva at the Demo Jam here: