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Accelerate Business Growth with Multimodal Cloud Collaboration

Thursday, April 9, 2020
2:00pm ET | 11:00am PT

Frost & Sullivan research shows that businesses are moving their communications and collaboration solutions to the cloud as they pursue growth opportunities in an increasingly competitive global economy. To better address evolving customer and workforce requirements, forward-looking businesses are embracing unified communications as a service (UCaaS). Contemporary collaboration-centric UCaaS solutions deliver an integrated set of voice, video and messaging applications; support high service security and availability; and leverage flexible APIs to integrate with mission-critical third-party software and services.

Join us for an educational webinar with Elka Popova Vice President, Information and Communications Technologies at Frost & Sullivan and Chad Reese, Senior Director, Senior Director of Technology, The Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Elka will discuss how cloud communications and collaboration solutions can help you gain a competitive edge in the digital era and will review:

  1. The benefits of multimodal cloud collaboration including:
    - business agility
    - greater home/remote worker productivity
    - business continuity at times of natural disasters or other adverse conditions and
  2. Criteria to select a UCaaS provider
  3. Key factors for UCaaS deployment success

We'll also hear how communications and collaboration are critical to success at The Pro Football Hall of Fame and how RingCentral video meetings are enabling them to work together on shaping a better future.


Elka Popova
Vice President, Information and Communications Technologies, Frost & Sullivan

Chad Reese
Senior Director, Senior Director of Technology, The Pro Football Hall of Fame


Erik Linask
Group Editorial Director, TMCnet

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