(Tuesday) 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Webinar Agenda Realizing that they must digitize to rapidly innovate, bring services to market faster, and build stronger, trusted customer relationships, companies are transforming their communication infrastructure, services and tools as
Realizing that they must digitize to rapidly innovate, bring services to market faster, and build stronger, trusted customer relationships, companies are transforming their communication infrastructure, services and tools as key components of digital transformation.
Effective communication transformations consider these factors:
- Traditional workspaces are evolving into highly distributed work with the rise of remote and mobile employees
- The need to collaborate in the anytime, virtually anywhere work environment is more important than ever
- Integrated communications services create efficiencies for both IT staff and end-users, as well as lower overall costs compared to legacy services.
- Enterprises need high-touch consultative engagements to make the best strategic solution choices
- Enterprises need to integrate services and shift to cost-effective platform solutions
- Small and midsize companies need to learn, consider and purchase services in a simplified, digital, increasingly self-serve manner
Join theand listen to thought leaders discuss how midsize to large enterprises can ease the journey to integrated, platform-based unified communications experiences with a higher confidence of return on investment
Learn from the experiences of others, participate in a live Q&A, and walk away with actionable strategies for your own organization.
Featured Industry Speakers:
Industry Analyst – Connected Work
Frost & Sullivan
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Michael Brandenburg is an industry analyst and member of the Connected Work research team at Frost & Sullivan, a global market research and consulting company. Michael leverages both ten years of market research and competitive analysis experience with a 15 year track record as an IT practitioner to identify emerging market trends, competitive threats and growth opportunities across the enterprise communications market. Michael is lead analyst for communications platforms as a service (CPaaS), session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking, and on-premises UC platforms and infrastructure, as well as supports the team’s research in unified communications (UC) systems and endpoints, UC as a service (UCaaS).