Date: Thursday, September 27
Time: 10:30 AM – 11:10 AM PST
Location: 6 Mint Plaza #602, San Francisco, CA, 94103
Skedulo’s vision for the future of mobile workforce management is informed by our expansive customer base, in-house expertise, and strategic understanding of the changing nature of business and work.
In this session, Skedulo’s Chief Product Officer, Drew Dillon, will provide a preview of Skedulo’s roadmap and lead a discussion of the future of mobile work, holistic scheduling and the expansion of the Skedulo platform.
Joining Skedulo will be Andrew Leigh, Vice President of Alliance at Jitterbit, to discuss the expansive opportunity of connected data and platforms. Andrew has worked in integration and enterprise architecture for over 20 years.
Chief Product Officer
Drew Dillon is the Chief Product Officer at Skedulo, the leader in intelligent mobile workforce management. Drew has spent the past decade in Product leadership, most recently as VP of Product, Engineering, and BD at AnyPerk/Fond. Prior to AnyPerk, Drew was employee 60 and Director of Product at Yammer, focusing on user growth, engagement, and data driven decision making. He’s an avid tweeter and blogger and passionate about emerging technology and its impact on society.
VP of Alliances
Andrew is the VP of Alliances at Jitterbit, responsible for harmonizing the way customers integrate the many applications and endpoints that automate their business. Andrew has worked in integration and enterprise architecture for over 20 years.
Prior to joining Jitterbit, he served as the director of platform product marketing at Salesforce, defining the integration strategy for the leading enterprise cloud computing company. In this role, he worked with hundreds of CIOs and enterprise architects to explain how to connect modern architectures, and launched multiple integration solutions, including Salesforce AppConnect, Salesforce SOA, the SAP and Oracle Connectors, and Visual Workflow. Andrew has also held positions at SAP, PeopleSoft, Siebel Systems and Accenture.