Demos, discussions and more at the Salesforce World Tour Sydney 2024

It’s billed as the largest cloud computing conference in the southern hemisphere. It attracts big-brand leaders and tech experts, who come together to nut out new solutions for today’s most complex digital transformations. And it never disappoints. 

We’re talking, of course, about Salesforce World Tour. The big event came to Sydney on Wednesday, 28 February 2024, and Docusign was proudly a Platinum Sponsor.

We set up shop in the buzzing Campground precinct, alongside other trailblazing tech vendors. Here, we welcomed around 300 visitors to our booth, and delivered upwards of 50 demos to attendees from a wide range of industries who were keen to see what else Docusign can do apart from eSignature. 

For example, some wanted to explore Docusign Gen for Salesforce, which automatically generates polished, configurable agreements with just a few clicks in Salesforce. Others were keen to see how Docusign plays with Slack, and hear about our latest AI capabilities. Many told us they didn’t realise how easy it is to connect Salesforce and Docusign to send, sign, and manage important sales documents without ever leaving Salesforce.

It was great to have all these conversations with customers, but one in particular stood out. 

Going for gold in our Speaker Session

With buzz about the Paris Olympics building, it was a real treat to welcome Mia Pacey, Senior Salesforce Functional Consultant at Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) to our Speaker Session. The AOC, a non-government, not-for-profit organisation, is responsible for selecting, sending and funding Australian Teams to the Olympic Games. Clearly, they have a big year ahead.

Mia leads the AOC’s Salesforce projects and user experience. During the session, which attracted over 60 attendees, she spoke about how they use Docusign to send agreements to nominated athletes — who, according to Mia, mostly prefer to sign their forms on mobile devices. 

She also gave advice to companies just starting out with Salesforce and Docusign, noting the importance of focusing on the end user experience first and foremost, but not neglecting to consider the internal user experience. To enhance both, she recommended leaning into the automations available in Salesforce and that come out-of-the-box with Docusign.   

We’re saving the best for Momentum

One of the most common questions we got asked by attendees? Everyone wants to know what’s coming next for Docusign. 

Naturally, we didn’t want to spill all the beans at Salesforce World Tour. We’ve kept the best bits up our sleeve for our very own showcase, Momentum Sydney, and we hope you can join us there on 25 July 2024 to learn more about our future product roadmap.

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