Copado Joins the Vendor Forum
April 27, 2020
Pete Goldin

Andrew Davis, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Copado, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

At Copado, Davis helps people understand the importance of DevOps for scaling Salesforce implementations. He is a Salesforce DevOps specialist who's passionate about helping teams deliver innovation, build trust, and improve their performance. After studying engineering at Virginia Tech and Johns Hopkins he became a Buddhist monk, teaching and building meditation communities for almost 15 years. Since 2014, he's focused on the Salesforce platform as a developer, consultant, and architect. He launched Appirio's DevOps practice, and focuses on promoting modern development practices for Salesforce.

Copado is a DevOps platform for Salesforce. For enterprises wanting to accelerate their Salesforce deployments, Copado simplifies the release process, increases developer productivity and maximizes return on investment. The platform delivers a completely integrated DevOps process for Salesforce customers including agile planning, pipeline management, and continuous delivery. Backed by Insight Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures, Copado is 100% Salesforce native, ISO 27001 certified, and trusted by more than 150 enterprise global companies in all industries.

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