Integration of Salesforce and Google Workspace generative AI assistants will let customers securely work across platforms to generate customized content in Google Workspace, and update records and trigger workflows in Salesforce
Salesforce and Google today announced an expansion of their strategic partnership to bring together Salesforce, the #1 AI CRM, and Google Workspace, the world's most popular productivity tool, to drive productivity with AI. This partnership will deliver new bidirectional integrations that allow customers to bring together context from Salesforce and Google Workspace, including Google Calendar, Docs, Meet, Gmail, and more, to power generative AI experiences across platforms.
New Einstein 1 Data Cloud is now natively integrated with the Einstein 1 Platform, so customers can connect any data to create a unified profile of their customer, and infuse AI, automation, and analytics into every customer experience
Salesforce announced the Einstein 1 Platform, which features major advancements for Salesforce Data Cloud and Einstein AI capabilities, all built on Salesforce's underlying metadata framework. A trusted AI platform for customer companies, the Einstein 1 Platform gives companies the ability to safely connect any data to build AI-powered apps with low-code and deliver entirely new CRM experiences.
New grants will benefit high schools and middle schools in cities across the United States; Additional grantees include nonprofits in the U.S., France, Germany, and the UK that are training students for future careers
Salesforce the #1 AI CRM, today announced more than $20 million in new grants to U.S. school districts, along with education and workforce development nonprofits preparing students for success.
These grants come at a critical time when schools, educators, and employers are navigating a rapidly changing world. Generative AI is transforming the classroom and the jobs that will be available in the future. With this funding, students will have more opportunities to take advanced courses, gain in-demand skills, and explore potential new careers. Funding will also support efforts from nonprofits to expand pathways into technology jobs, including AI, helping usher in a more equitable future.
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