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May 25, 2012

Webinar - TMC and Alsbridge Present a Webinar on Multichannel Conversation Strategy

NORWALK, CT (May 25, 2012) -  Today, TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online, and Alsbridge announced a complimentary Webinar, “Stop Overpaying for Network Services in 2012”, live on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 1:00 PM CDT (News - Alert) (2:00 PM EDT).

This complimentary Webinar will discuss how network services spend money has become a top business expense and cause for concern over the past decade.Network services (including voice, data, internet, wireless, local, access, international and managed services), typically account for three to six percent of overhead and have a significant impact on your business operations. While network is viewed as a commodity, it's a high value commodity with thousands of different rate elements. With network services pricing continuing to decline year over year, have you considered your sourcing and benchmarking strategy to ensure you are not currently overpaying? 

This Webinar will examine:

  • Leverage price trends for contracts set to expire within the next 12-18 months
  • Take advantage of integrating wireline and wireless services together
  • Get market competitive terms from their carriers
  • Determine whether your users are on the optimal wireless plan
  • Review the pros and cons of consolidating contracts and vendors
  • Determine what route to take with network convergence

This Webinar is recommended for:

  • CIO
  • CFO
  • CPO
  •  Sourcing Executive
  • Vendor Management Executive

Speakers include:
Dieter Thompson, President, Alsbridge Network Services Group 
Pat Flynn, Sales, Alsbridge Network Services Group
Stefania Viscusi, Editor, TMCnet

Register now for “Stop Overpaying for Network Services in 2012”, live on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 1:00 PM CDT (2:00 PM EDT).

“TMCnet Webinars are a tremendous resource and an excellent way to provide training on highly relevant topics, and the fact that it is offered at no-cost to attendees is a huge benefit for companies as a way to educate employees without the travel expense” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC (News - Alert). “Webinars are also a great way to introduce vendors to possible customers in a mutually beneficial and informative manner that often leads to productive relationships.”

For more information, please visit www.tmcnet.com.

About TMCnet Webinars

TMCnet Webinars feature live, interactive presentations covering relevant topics, presented by top industry executives. Attendees watch and listen to the presentation as it happens over their computer, and have the opportunity to submit questions to the speaker(s) in real-time. The TMCnet Webinar program typically attracts 300 to 500 registrants per event.   

TMCnet Webinars are archived and available On-Demand.

Companies interested in sponsoring their own Webinar event can contact client services at 203-852-6800 or by e-mail at inquiry@tmcnet.com

For more information about TMCnet Webinars, please visit www.tmcnet.com/webinars.

About TMC

TMC, celebrating their 40th Anniversary, is a global, integrated media company that helps clients build communities in print, in person, and online.  TMC publishes the Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, Next Gen Mobility and Cloud Computing (formerly InfoTECH Spotlight) magazines.  TMCnet.com, which is read by two million unique visitors each month, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries. TMC is the producer of ITEXPO, the world’s leading B2B communications event.  In addition, TMC runs multiple industry events: Featuring collocated Mobility Tech, M2M Evolution, Business Video, ChannelVision Expo, MSPWorld, Super WiFi (News - Alert), SUITS, LatinComm, HTML5 Summit Conferences, and more. Visit TMC Events for a complete listing and further information.

For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com.

Media Contact:

Jan Pierret
Marketing Manager
203-852-6800 x 228

Edited by Brooke Neuman