5 Must-Ask Questions when Choosing a UCC Vendor

Friday June 10th, 2016
2:00pm ET/11:00am PT

Hyper-connected. 24/7. Always-on. No matter how you classify today’s business environment, the speed of business puts pressure on organizations like never before. Your ability to quickly find and communicate with the right people, access data, and exchange information can make the difference to business success or failure.

Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) technology lets you address these challenges by helping people to connect more efficiently and intuitively. According to McKinsey & Company, the average worker spends 20% of their time searching for information and tracking down colleagues.

The benefits are well established, but like any other technology, it’s essential to know what to look for UCC solutions prior to implementation. Seamless and real-time collaboration.

What you'll learn:

  • How evolution in UCC technology will change the way you work – again.
  • How UCC saves three hours a week per mobile worker in 60% of firms
  • How effective collaboration can reduce emails by 40%
  • Real-world examples of companies that have reduced costs and improved workplace efficiency.

Who should attend?

  • Information Technology Leadership and Management
  • IT and Telecoms decision-makers
  • IT and Telecoms key influencers (Finance, Purchasing)


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Presenter:

David Charles,
Product Marketing Mitel

David Charles is a leader in product marketing at global business communications leader Mitel. David has over 15 years' experience in the Telecoms industry including positions at large multinational companies, innovative start-up organizations, and as an independent product marketing consultant.

Moderator:

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.