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The channel lineup includes samples of timely sessions and interviews with show participants.
Executive Roundtable: Surviving Consolidation —
Listen to carrier and partner executives (Ken Bisnoff, senior vice president, TelePacific Communications; Jim Delis, president of indirect sales, XO Communications; Greg Praske, CEO, ARG; John Muscarella, regional director of the business solutions partners division, Sprint; Geoff Shepstone, president, Telecom Brokerage Inc.) as they speak candidly about the evolving telecom market and what ways the channel can remain a vital partner for both carriers and customers over the long term.
Satellite: A Promising Candidate in the Mobility Race
Learn about another avenue to increase your client base and to expand your product line. Michael McLaughlin, CEO of UNASAT; Mike Mudd, president of Broad Sky Networks; and Billie Sims, telecommunications sector leader at SES Americom, discuss how satellite can provide your customers with flexible voice and data services for specialized applications, remote deployments, and business continuity and disaster recovery programs.
TEM: Separating Fact From Fiction
Telecom expense management solutions arent created equally. Who says? Scott Levy, director of channel sales for Telecom Solution Center. Join Levy as he weighs the TEM options and how partners can incorporate them into their portfolios.
Watch interviews from the Expo hall floor! Such as:
Daniel Lonstein, COO of AireSpring, tells CPTV about the resellers nationwide local service offering and how it can help agents serve multilocation customers.
Learn more about TelePacific Communications acquisition of Mpower. Ken Bisnoff, senior vice president of strategic opportunities discusses whats in store for channel partners.
Susan Davidson, vice president of sales and business development for TMC Communications, talks about new opportunities and incentives for agents.