As the saying goes, “all good things must come to an end”. The same holds true with Calero World Online, as we officially wrapped up our five-week educational webcast series last week.
We’d like to take a moment to thank each and everyone of you that attended our event. Your time is valuable and we’re glad you chose to spend it with us. Of course, Calero World wouldn’t be possible without our awesome guest speakers. We’d like to give special thanks to our keynote speaker, Greg Verdino, along with our customers, NBCUniversal, Airbus and Cushman & Wakefield, and the many internal and external experts that contributed their expertise.
In case you missed any sessions, you can always watch them on demand at your convenience – and, also share with your colleagues. The full session list can be found here.
To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite sessions:
- Using Mobility to Power the Best Employee Experience – Enabling Today’s Digital Worker: An employee’s experience hinges on each IT interaction. A good employee experience means that, among other things, digital touch points, quality of service, and ease-of-use are seamlessly firing on all cylinders. Join Calero’s Jim Le and Billy Howes, and Michael Fournier with Cushman & Wakefield, as they discuss what it means to deliver an exceptional employee experience throughout the mobile lifecycle.
- How NBCUniversal Supports the Telecom Needs of Their Clientele: Join Melanie Gamgene as she shares her story about how NBCUniversal manages telecom support for their studio needs across North America. Their business is one that requires a highly flexible, yet transparent, process to support both internal constituents and external customers – a clientele that expects the highest level of service.
- Full Speed Ahead: How Airbus is Taking Off with TEM: In this session, Ted Flemming discusses how Airbus was able to attain greater visibility and insight into their telecom spend by individual country, identify billing inaccuracies, and leverage cost savings opportunities through their partnership with Calero.
- Extending TEM Best Practices into Additional Cloud-based Subscription Services: Telecom expense has traditionally been the most challenging of IT costs to manage. With the emergence of Software-as-a-Service, Cloud Computing, the Internet of Things, and software defined networks, the rest of the IT world is quickly catching up. Join Calero’s David Bliss, as he discusses the similarities between managing traditional telecom and managing the growing list of IT subscription services.
We hope you found this year’s event to be valuable and inspiring in helping you to achieve more every day when it comes to effectively managing all of your telecom, mobile and cloud technologies. Thanks again for another successful year and we look forward to seeing you in 2020! Be sure to subscribe to our blog, so you can be the first to know about Calero World Online 2020.