In today’s mobile marketplace, work has outgrown the traditional office setting. Technology now allows employees to collaborate whenever and wherever they like. In order for your company to stay competitive, adopting tech that fosters that communication, innovation, and efficiency afforded by collaboration is table stakes.
Which collaboration technologies are most useful, though, and what are the best practices to implementing that collaboration tech once you’ve found the right one for your business? These topics and more will be covered by industry experts during this must-attend virtual event: The Collaboration Summit on April 13, 2017 at 10am PST/12pm CST/1pm EST.
What the Virtual Event Will Entail
The Collaboration Summit will feature four industry experts exploring new trends in collaboration technologies. Which collaboration technologies and platforms best suit your business needs? Which features will be most valuable to members of your team? What do you need to know from an implementation standpoint? How can you ensure the platform you choose actually gets utilized? (Here’s a hint for that last one: Prioritize UX and make sure it’s available on mobile.)
Daniel Newman and Olivier Blanchard of Futurum Research, Jens Meggers of Cisco, and technology evangelist Brian Fanzo will dive deep into these topics and many more. During three educational sessions, you’ll will soak in invaluable knowledge about the use and application of collaboration technology while also gaining access to an expo hall and a resource center with helpful eBooks.
Staying connected to your work through multiple devices has become a necessity in today’s mobile marketplace. And with the mobility of business still rising, the longevity of your company relies on adapting new collaboration technologies and techniques. Luckily, The Collaboration Summit on April 13, 2017 at 10am PST will keep you up to date on everything you need to know about the dos and don’ts of collaboration technology. Register today!
Eric Vidal is the Senior VP of Marketing & Principal at Broadsuite Media Group (BMG), a strategic partner of V3B and The Marketing Scope. Eric heads up the lead generation services for brands both large and small, and is a recognized leader in start-ups, marketing, content marketing, lead generation, advertising, tracking behavior, PR, messaging, social media, online events and web collaboration.