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Communications Application Development - "Top 10 Best Practices"

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
2:00pm ET/ 11:00am PT

Communications applications offer tremendous value that can improve business processes, create new revenue opportunities or enhanced customer care. The challenge is how to get from a "good idea", all the way to a new application that results in a scalable and reliable solution that is easy to maintain. Join this live webinar to hear from a number of industry experts that have decades of experience in developing applications, willing to share their "Top 10 Best Practices". We'll discuss some of the common mistakes made during the specification phase, navigate the proof-of-concept phases, selecting development platforms, and dealing with open source and licensing issues.

What Attendees will Learn:

  • Best practices in turning an idea into a production communications application
  • Common mistakes made during the specification and proof-of-concept phases that can be easily avoided
  • Thoughts on selecting the right development platform
  • Planning for scaling and cloud deployment
  • Dealing with open source and licensing issues

Who should Attend:

  • Those responsible for communications application development in service providers, over-the-top providers and enterprises. In-the-trench developers to executives.




Alan Percy,
Senior Director of Product Marketing, Dialogic

Mr. Percy is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Dialogic, responsible for the global marketing efforts to nurture the growing community of real-time communications and WebRTC applications developers with the rich media processing solutions from Dialogic. Included in his role, Mr. Percy is also responsible for developing and managing a number of strategic industry, consultant and analyst relationships. He is also a frequent industry speaker and contributes to a number of industry journals, podcasts, webcasts and blogs covering a range of communications and technology adoption topics.

Peter Kuciak,
Global Vice President, Applications and Solutions, Dialogic

As Global VP responsible for Applications and Solutions, Mr. Kuciak has responsibility over the Application Development Practice team within Dialogic. The Practice aids customers in specification, creation and deployment of advanced applications based on the service-ready and white-label applications. An expert in software architectures, Mr. Kuciak came to Dialogic from BackOffice Associates in March 2016.

Elhum Vahdat,
Vice President, Applications Marketing

Elhum Vahdat is the Vice President of Applications Marketing at Dialogic and is responsible for promoting and developing the (real-time communications) applications portfolio, which includes both service-ready and custom-developed applications. As the co-founder of APEX Communications (1989), which was acquired by Dialogic in February of 2016, he was responsible for all of APEX’s global marketing activities, including its suite of applications for network operators, TEMs, VASPs, contact centers, and enterprises.


Erik K. Linask,
Group Editorial Director, TMCnet

Erik oversees the daily operation of TMCnet, which delivers news, information, videos, white papers, podcasts, and more to three million visitors each month. He is also a contributor to TMCnet as well as TMC's IP Communications publications. Prior to joining the TMC team, several years ago, 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.

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