"Break Free" - Leveraging SIP in Developing
Over the last 15+ years, literally thousands of enhanced applications have been developed for the legacy telecommunications infrastructure. From simple voicemail, to sophisticated contact center solutions, these Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) applications have built value on top of basic PSTN dial-tone, generating substantial revenue in both products and services. However, many of the CTI applications were developed using a restrictive and hard-to-learn architecture that limits the developerï¿½s choices in operating systems, choice of technology suppliers and incurs other serious restraints. This webinar outlines a migration strategy that leverages SIP to eliminate many of the past restraints and show how to ï¿½break freeï¿½ from the bonds of the legacy CTI architecture.
After the presentation, the Webinar will be open for a live Q&A after the presentation. Be sure to have your questions ready!
Director of Business Development
Mr. Percy is Director of Business Development at AudioCodes, a leading provider of Voice over IP Telephony enabling technology. In this role, Mr. Percy is responsible for identifying market trends and building relationships to foster new business opportunities. Mr. Percy joined AudioCodes in 2001 and brings over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications, networking and wireless equipment industries. Mr. Percy holds a BA in Computer Science from the University of Buffalo, has had a number of papers published in various telecommunications technical journals. Mr. Percy is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and was recently named to the 100 Top Voices of IP Communications by Internet Telephony magazine.
Associate Editor, Technology Marketing Corporation
In addition to his work with TMC’s IP Communications publications, Erik is a contributor to TMCnet. Prior to
joining the TMC team, he was Managing Editor at Global Custodian, a global securities services publication,
where he also managed the magazine’s survey research. Erik began his professional career at management
consulting firm Leadership Research Institute.