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Cloud Services Coalition Takes Road Show to Northeastern U.S.

October 20, 2011 - News

The Cloud Services Coalition (CSC) is taking its Cloud Roadshow to telecom agents in the northeastern United States.

The following dates, cities and locations have been scheduled:

  • Nov. 15: Herndon, Va., Polycom Solution Center
  • Nov. 16: Philadelphia, Evolve IP Technology Center
  • Nov. 17: New York City, Polycom Solution Center
  • Nov. 18: Boston, Polycom Solution Center

All sessions run from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. ET and include lunch. Master agency Intelisys is a lead participant and sponsor.

CSC said it will provide intense cloud-services training for all agents, with the aim of helping those partners win business with a consultative approach. For example, representatives will explore the game-changing technologies that are driving companies toward cloud solutions. Agents will learn and develop best practices for uncovering cloud opportunities, and they’ll get to look at various systems and platforms in the CSC Technology Showcase, including virtual desktop integration and cloud telephony.

“There is a tremendous amount of confusion in the cloud right now," said Andrew Pryfogle, president and CEO of Terrapin Solutions and CSC chairman. “Our road shows are proving to be very effective in turning that confusion into opportunity as agents learn how to tap into this incredibly lucrative revenue stream."

CSC, comprised of several cloud-services integrators, plans to hold more road shows and will announce dates as applicable.

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