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Onix Talks Cloud Collaboration at Salesforce World Tour

Posted by Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner on Apr 9, 2018

cloud collaborationGot cloud collaboration? Onix does, and we can show you why elevating your organization to the cloud will help you reach new levels of productivity, efficiency and success. Come see for yourself at Salesforce World Tour Toronto on May 3.

Salesforce World Tour Toronto focuses on innovative ways you can transform your business in the cloud. And, we’ll be there to help you take the first step to make that happen by learning more about all the cloud can do for you.

Join us from 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. at Toronto’s Beanfield Center. At this free event, we’ll be representing G Suite in Google’s booth inside the Customer Success Expo.

Our cloud collaboration experts look forward to showing you how migrating to this cloud-based set of productivity tools will equip your teams to work better, smarter and more efficiently together, no matter where they are in the world. That’s the beauty of cloud collaboration.

And when your teams work better together, they also innovate better together. You can help them take the next step toward better collaboration — and maybe even brainstorming the next big idea — by talking with us to learn how G Suite can elevate your organization to the next level.

See you in Toronto next month!

If you can’t make it to the event but want to discover how your company can become more collaborative, we’re here for you. Get more information here.

Topics: Events, G Suite, Workplace Cloud Collaboration

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Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner

Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner

Carly joined the Onix marketing team in 2013. She is the Events Planner at Onix, planning corporate and employee events. Working alongside Google, AWS and Onix Account Managers, she produces events throughout North America for prospective customers interested in cloud offerings. While Carly spends her days as Onix's events queen, she's no stranger to the royal life. She and her husband, Richard, once ruled Ohio's Medina High School as prom queen and king.