The Telecom Negotiation Conference has enabled communications technology professionals to successfully save their enterprises millions of dollars in their network services procurements and negotiations.
Gaithersburg, Md. (PRWEB) January 13, 2012
CCMI today announced that the spring session of the Telecom Negotiation Conference will be held on May 3-4, at The Westin Alexandria hotel in Alexandria, Va. The Conference, now in its 20th year, is widely recognized as the industry’s gold-standard program for enterprise communications professionals facing the difficult, complex task of network services procurements and contract negotiations.
The Conference is chaired by Hank Levine, partner at Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP a Washington, D.C.-based firm that specializes in representing large enterprise users. “The Conference is a unique opportunity for enterprise users – of all sizes – to benefit from the real-world experience we have gained in literally thousands of procurements and negotiations,” said Mr. Levine. He added, “These are multi-million dollar decisions that must balance competing financial, technological, and operational considerations, all in the context of a supplier landscape that’s changing constantly. The fact that the Conference is so well established – thousands have attended, many two or three times -- is a testament to both the need for practical advice in this area and the success of this program in delivering that advice.”
The Telecom Negotiation Conference’s 2-day program features 11 general sessions, including a special session on the latest FCC reforms and their impact on enterprise users, and 6 exclusive breakouts where attendees can take an in-depth look at the hottest telecom and IT trends. The complete agenda is available at http://www.TelecomNegotiationConf.com/agenda.html.
CCMI President George David said, “We are extremely proud of the fact that the training provided at the Telecom Negotiation Conference has enabled communications technology professionals to successfully save their enterprises millions of dollars in their network services procurements and negotiations. That success could only have been achieved by making sure the Conference program consistently delivers timely, relevant, high-value information.”
For more information about the 20th Annual Telecom Negotiation Conference agenda, registration, and sponsorship opportunities, visit http://www.TelecomNegotiationConf.com.
CCMI is the industry’s leading provider of telecom rate and data information and applications. We are dedicated to delivering highly specialized and strategically focused information in a timely fashion. For a complete listing of our events, visit http://www.ccmi.com/Events.