Monday, August 31, 2009, 7:00pm - 9:30pm
Are you ready for the opportunities social technologies
such as Facebook and Twitter bring to your Enterprise and Contact Centers?
Ingate's Free Workshop SIP Trunking:
Everything Your Need To Know
September 1-3, 2009,
Los Angeles Convention Center
Educating end users, resellers, distributors and systems integrators about SIP trunking is on the agenda as Ingate® Systems partners with TMC, leading IP-PBX vendors, media gateway vendors, SIP trunking service providers and industry thought-leaders to offer “SIP Trunking: Everything You Need to Know” seminars at ITEXPO West 2009.
These seminars will provide a comprehensive overview of SIP trunking, with general information panels and technical insight sessions from the service provider and enterprise perspectives.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009, 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
VoIP and Unified Communications (UC) have long held the promise of dramatically reducing your communications costs. But a common stumbling-block hampering adoption is ensuring that all communications are secure and that they support your information security policies.
If your business handles consumer data, credit card information, patient records, student records, proprietary data or intellectual property, then you need to be aware of the security implications of VoIP and UC. Recent real-world deployments of VoIP and UC have demonstrated an emerging set of best practices that enable you to capture the cost benefits of VoIP and UC, while maintaining the security posture essential to your business. Furthermore, enterprises that have embraced the principles of UC security are proving that they can securely project and extend these communications to external parties, unlocking new ways of collaborating with clients, partners, distributed employees and the supply chain.
This 1-day workshop will feature a series of case studies, panel discussions and practical advice for assessing and improving your security posture for VoIP and UC.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Making Money in IP Communications
Jeff Devries, Channel Sales Manager, Interactive Intelligence
Nick Branica, CEO, Ipitomy
David Byrd, VP Marketing & Sales, Broadvox
Don Gant, VP Business Development & Channel Marketing, Iwatsu Voice Networks
Rich Tehrani (Moderator),
The communications market is filled with opportunity and pitfalls and navigating the field is something which requires experience and collaboration with your peers. In this session, expect an in-depth discussion of everything you need to become successful when selling communications products and services. We will explore unified communications, open source, FMC, WiFi telephony, mashups and CEBP. If you are unfamiliar with any of these acronyms (even if you are) you need to be at this free conference so you can learn what is happening, what is coming and how to benefit from it all.
Max Schroeder (Moderator), Senior VP, FaxCore, Inc.
Phil Forrester, Vice President of Instructor Development & Delivery,
AXIOM Sales Force Development
TMC will be presenting its highly successful Reseller Live workshop at ITExpo 2009 West in Los Angeles The focus will be on reseller sales skills and best business practices for resellers in a troubled market. The session will open at 3:00 and conclude at 4:30 on Wednesday, September 2, 2009 and will be divided into two segments. Bob Nicols of AXIOM Sales Force Development will be the primary speaker for the session. A key to the success of past reseller day sessions has been the ability of the speakers to adjust each session to speak to the changing market. In other words, although the focus has always been on reseller sales skills and best business practices, the actual content has evolved as the weakened global economy has placed additional burdens on resellers. However, as Bob Nicols will remind you during his session, the AXIOM selling method addresses all economic conditions. This is a MUST-ATTEND session.
Peter Martin, Sr. Engineer, Network Services-IP Engineering, IPC
Haim Argaman, Owner and Senior Consultant, Crimsonet Technologies
James Brehm, Director of Business Development, Frost & Sullivan