Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) March 17, 2014
Thinking Phone Networks, the smart choice in cloud unified communications (UC), today announced its participation at Enterprise Connect 2014 in Orlando, FL, March 17th–19th.
Ryan Wilcox, Thinking Phone Networks’ VP of sales operations, will be a featured speaker on the RFP panel, “Enterprise Communications Platform—Premise vs. Cloud-Based IP Telephony.” The session will explore the elements that differentiate cloud solutions from premises-based solutions on Monday from 2-5pm.
In addition, Chris Hurley, Thinking Phone Networks’ VP of corporate development and strategic alliances, will speak on Tuesday’s 4pm panel, “What’s the Real Case for the Cloud?" During this session, a panel of experts will discuss the most compelling arguments for cloud services in 2014, along with future capabilities that promise to make the cloud more appealing than it has been to date.
“Cloud communications have become mainstream, and enterprises are seeking out innovative solutions that will significantly enhance communications, drive down costs, and improve efficiencies,” said Steve Kokinos, president and CEO of Thinking Phone Networks. “Our ThinkingSuite platform offers one of the most comprehensive cloud collaboration portfolios in the market and we are excited to show Enterprise Connect attendees the significant impact it can have on their business.”
To see a demo of ThinkingSuite with enhanced voice, mobility, video, analytics, presence, contact center, and conferencing capabilities, attendees can visit Thinking Phone Networks in booth #1707.
About Thinking Phone Networks
Recently named a Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrant “Leader” for the second year in a row, Thinking Phone Networks enables midmarket and larger enterprises, service providers, and PBX vendors to deploy cloud communications quickly, easily, and cost effectively. Its award-winning ThinkingSuite solution combines powerful analytics-driven communications services, application integration, and turnkey back-office operational functionality on an open-architected platform.
For more information, visit http://www.thinkingphones.com.