With Unified Communications Expo 2013 less than a month away, Telindus, the market-leading ICT services company, is inviting businesses to get social and join up with them during the event. ‘Joined Up’ is Telindus’ theme for the event, focusing on how Unified Communications tools deliver a joining up of communities and colleagues to work collaboratively, which can bring massive benefits and quality to decision making.
Visit Telindus at stand A119 to see live demonstrations showing how collaborative, ‘social business’ tools and solutions can deliver a truly joined business environment. Demonstrations will show how Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) can be incorporated securely and managed across your network infrastructure enabling ‘Anywhere Working on Any Device’. Delegates can also register for a free, half-hour consultation with a Telindus consultant, who will offer advice on transforming their business into a fully collaborative, ‘social’ organisation, as well as on the optimum solutions and deployment strategies to deliver maximum business value.
To explain why an effective UC&C strategy is key to evolving incumbent ICT into a modern ‘social’ business practice, Graeme Casey, Director of Propositions and Marketing, and Pete Moody, Proposition Manager UC&C, will be speaking at the Social Business & Collaboration seminar, advising organisations on how to ‘Improve Your ‘Social Skills’! This presentation will take place at 2.30pm on Tuesday 5th March, on the first day of Unified Communications Expo 2013. The presentation will provide a defined, practical evolutionary path to bring enterprise systems, processes and policies in line and deliver a platform for joined-up business.
Graeme Casey, Director of Propositions and Marketing, Telindus explains: “The widespread availability of a new generation of ICT tools such as UC&C, social media, BYOD and mobility open up the opportunity to become a truly ‘social’ organisation, using collaborative tools rather than conventional communications such as email. The quality of decisions can be more effective with more people working together. We’re looking forward to joining-up with delegates at Unified Communications Expo 2013 and collaborating on a solution that matches their specific business needs.”
By focusing on Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C), organisations can realise the benefits of truly collaborative working; driving effective business decisions and optimising business processes by joining with external communities and internal teams, and creating partnerships with customers and suppliers. The Public and private sectors can exploit these tools to increase social inclusion, enabling mobility and home access to their employees and customers, giving them a voice within the organisation.