It's hard to believe that two weeks ago we set out for our yearly sojourn to Dreamforce 2016. It was another jam-packed week filled with meeting customers, old and new friends, and learning and sharing information about Salesforce and TaskRay.
If Eric Wu weren’t the co-founder of Bracket Labs, tasked with sales and customer success, he’d like to be running a surfing school in Hawaii, possibly with a bowl of potato chips and French onion dip at the ready.
Put that in his futures file.
Meanwhile, he’s busy building high-quality collaboration and productivity apps for the Salesforce AppExchange.
Yesterday, Salesforce announced the new Lightning experience. A transformational change to Salesforce for customers, developers, and partners. Bracket Labs is excited to be an early adopter of the technology for our TaskRay app—redesigning our interface to be more in-line with the new Lightning Design System AND offering Lightning components on the AppExchange.
Yesterday, Bracket Labs revealed TaskRay for wearables, which extends business processes to devices like the Apple Watch to help improve mobility and productivity at work.
TaskRay was built with the Salesforce Wear Developer Pack, an agile platform that provides enterprise developers with sample code, documentation, demos and reference apps, allowing them to extend Salesforce implementations to wearable devices.
Last year Bracket Labs was one of the partners that worked with Papa Murphy’s, the fifth largest pizza chain in the United States, to create a new franchisee onboarding system Pathway using our TaskRay app and the Salesforce Communities platform.
Blakely had a chance to sit down with the seriously awesome Mike Gerholdt for a wide-ranging discussion about Marketing, Project Management, awesome Salesforce apps, managed packages, Dreamforce 2011 and more.