Next Generation Enterprise Communications 2007
Singapore - This event will give insights into how unified communication tools and infrastructure are transforming business and ways to leverage on the power that convergent networks offer.
Recent years have seen staggering advances in IP-based telephony, unified/instant messaging and wireless/mobile products and services which had great impact on business communication. Business value in the form of Increased Productivity, Customer Satisfaction & Cost Savings accrues when stakeholders and clients alike are effectively engaged.
Developments in technology are re-aligning voice, video and Web-based communication with the data world, resulting in information delivery technologies that provide more flexible and personal contact points and portals for users. This engagement is a function of communication tools and infrastructure that today provide for an effective, seamless as well as user-friendly experience.
This Summit will give insights into how unified communication tools and infrastructure are transforming business and show ways to leverage on the power that convergent networks offer.
What is the vision for Unified Communications (UC) in global business? How will UC transform the way organizations create, plan and implement their business processes? What positive impact will it have on employees and customers? How do you track and measure its efficiency? What are the models and roadmaps that companies can adopt to prepare themselves for this transformation?
Frost & Sullivan’s inaugural Next Generation Enterprise Communications 2007 tackles these questions from the standpoint of enterprise requirements and business concerns. It will explore how companies can leverage upon Next Generation Communications as a competitive differentiator and enabler.
The Summit promises a highly interactive format with case studies, panel discussions and talk show interviews, offering the opportunity for sharing best practices and networking with leaders in this field. The event will focus on the following key themes:
Networks, Convergence, Integration
Service Oriented Architectures
For more information on this summit, please contact Abigail Prior @ [email protected] or Lena Ser @ [email protected].