Do you want to create a business strategy that maximizes current technology and helps you usher in next generation technology? Is your business struggling with a BYOD (bring your own device) support model? Would you like to know how to engage your customers better with social media?
The August learning lunch is a glimpse into the future of telephony and some practical advice on how you can bring phones, voice, data and PCs together in the coolest (and easiest) way possible. Business telephone systems, properly configured and managed, continue to be an area where companies can distinguish themselves with customers, prospects and partners.
Come to the GSATC Learning Lunch for ideas on how you might develop a plan to optimize the way you communicate with your customers to drive up customer satisfaction, customer retention and to win new customers.
The Importance of Unified Communications and Collaboration in the Cloud
a GSATC Learning Lunch
with Guest Presenter: Stephen Brown, Vice President of Technology and Applications at Mitel
11:30 – 11:55 Registration, Networking, Lunch
11:55 – 12:10 Announcements
12:10 – 12:50 Presentation
12:50 – 1:00 Door Prizes, Adjourn
This meeting features easy access from I-385, plenty of free parking, ample networking opportunities, a great presentation, and door prizes. Plan to attend.
Onsite registration is available. Lunch is $25 at the door.
About the Speaker
Stephen is an expert in Mitel’s virtualized Unified Communications and Collaborations portfolio for North America. He is one of Mitel’s key voices into the Unified Communications and Collaboration market. He represents Mitel in numerous industry events, press interviews and spends as much time as possible in front of current and potential Mitel customers and Mitel Business Partners. Stephen currently serves as Vice President of Technology and Applications, reporting to Phil Keenan, EVP of North America.
Stephen has over 20 years of experience in the network and telecommunications industry and has served in many roles on his journey so far; ranging from technical support, pre-sales engineering, business development, strategic alliance management and future product marketing, where he has consistently contributed to optimizing performance levels, driving business growth, facilitating key alliances, and defining and implementing business relevant technology driven solutions.
Stephen and his teams at Mitel are responsible for three major focuses: developing solution architecture for industry specific applications that incorporate third party products, providing pre-sales design support to Mitel’s Business Partners and Area Sales Executives and provide the operational support for Mitel’s Executive Briefing centers across North America.