When you jump on an Airbus A380, you’re likely not thinking about the 320 miles of wire and the nearly four million individual parts that make up the aircraft. And why would you? Yes, all those parts working together gets you where you want to go, but you have other things to think about.
The same can be said for the way you communicate at work. When the right cloud communications and collaboration solutions are in place and work in unison, the technology fades into the background and the user experience takes center stage. This is the context in which Collaborative Communications is transforming organizations large and small across the globe, enabling customers, partners, and teams to communicate with each other anytime, anywhere and with the devices of their choice.
At ConnectCentral 2018, the premier cloud communications event, our product tracks will help you develop concrete strategies for implementing solutions that are as powerful and seamless to your end-users as the inner workings of the Airbus A380 are to passengers.
The IT track at ConnectCentral 2018 is designed to show you how to develop seamless collaboration experience, enable a mobile and global workforce, and implement intelligent workflows to reshape business processes.
Here are just a few select highlights from this year’s sessions:
- The future of conversational workplace, how IT can drive better business outcomes and a collaborative team environment
- Improving user interaction with AI-powered communication
- Connecting the contact center with your customers in an Omni-Digital World
In addition to the product tracks, ConnectCentral 2018 offers attendees a rare opportunity to hear and learn from the most diverse gathering of experts in the industry. Attendees will have multiple opportunities to network with industry leaders and peers. On-site training will also be available.
This year’s featured keynote speaker, award-winning author Malcolm Gladwell, will bring his out-of-the-box perspective to ConnectCentral 2018, as will our other keynote presenters, Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, and futurist and best-selling author Jacob Morgan. You won’t want to miss it.
Originally published Oct 10, 2018, updated Aug 12, 2020