We’re about to kick off Calero World 2016.
Since last year’s event was such a success, I have really been looking forward to this year’s conference. I hope you will consider joining us this year.
Things move fast in telecommunications. With the rapid pace of new technology advances and innovations, we’ve designed Calero World to help you stay on top of the industry, know the issues, opportunities and how to make them work for you. The really good news is that you won’t have to get on a plane to get there. We will be delivering a full agenda of refreshing topics and discussions to you – online. We have put together an interesting mix of sessions that will appeal to our customers and non-customers with content ranging from blue sky strategic to deep dives into the technical bits. We hope you’ll enjoy the convenience and flexibility to attend the sessions that matter to you.
This year’s Calero World promises to give you MORE. Calero customers will learn how to get more from your current Calero software and services and we’ll give you new ways to improve your processes, drive optimization, and implement best practices. Your peers will also provide insights into how they’ve achieved more by managing the full communications lifecycle. It’s all designed to help you Achieve MORE.
You will learn:
The event starts Thursday, September 22nd and continues through November 1. We kick it off with a key note address from Scott Lawrence of AOTMP. He will share what he sees as the current state of communications management, what’s in store for the industry and how some companies are doing a great job of communication management.
You’ll be invited to join discussions, ask questions and provide input on future features you’d like to see. One of the sessions is all about how to make you brilliant. I know you are already quite brilliant, but we will show you how by using the right analytics tools, you will boost your brilliance quotient.
Some sessions have limited attendance, so sign up early to ensure you get a seat.
I hope you will attend the forum. To learn more details, visit Calero World 2016.
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