Get ready for the newest releases from Salesforce

Enhance your marketing automation and CRM


Salesforce’s new releases are here! Join us in Helsinki on Apr. 3 for a tantalizing preview of the latest innovations in marketing automation and CRM.

Ari Mattila from Salesforce will be on site to present the newest Salesforce functionalities and we will also hear from our host Arto Lamminen from Nortal and from Outi Lilja from Algol Technics, who will present an inspiring case study of her company’s digitalization journey.

Sign up for this seminar and let us show you how Salesforce’s latest innovations can increase your sales and keep you ahead of the pack.

See you there!

Time:  April 3, 08:30 am – 10:30 am

Location:  Hotel Haven

Address: Unioninkatu 17, Helsinki


8:30 Breakfast & mingle
8:45 Welcome and introduction, Arto Lamminen (Nortal)
8:50 Salesforce Sales automation & Einstein in B2B sales, Ari Mattila (Salesforce)
9:15 Sales and Marketing as one entity, Arto Lamminen (Nortal)
9:40 Break
9:50 Our digitalization journey, Outi Lilja (Algol Technics)
10:15 Q&A
10:30 Closing


Disclaimer: The event will be photographed, and the pictures may be used in Nortal’s internal and external (social media) channels to promote the event.



Our event speakers:

Arto Lamminen

Arto Lamminen

Vice President, Revenue Science, Media & Telecom at Nortal

Arto Lamminen, Vice President, Revenue Science, Media and Telecom at Nortal, has vast experience working in the IT and telecoms sectors. To see how he can help your organization grow and take full advantage of the digital world, send him an email.
Outi Lilja

Outi Lilja

Marketing Manager at Algol Technics Oy

Ari Mattila

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