Webex Room Phone: Helping you scale your Webex device experience Live - Monday, September 14, 2020, at 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT / 7pm Paris
David Scott, Technical Marketing Engineer Cisco Systems
Jessica Ruffin, Product Marketing Manager Cisco Systems
Subbu Subramanian, Product Manager Cisco Systems
Anthony Nolasco, Business Development Manager Cisco Systems
Work is increasingly happening outside of the walls of the office, making it time to reimagine what our next normal looks like - a blend between in-office and remote workers. Employees need an experience that increases collaboration and productivity while enhancing their experience as they collaborate with distributed teams. The new era of work is technology-driven and provides intelligent features that help ensure a safe work environment.
Designed for collaboration, touchless meetings, and intelligent experiences, the Webex Room Phone is so much more than conference phone -- it's part of the future of collaboration.
Not all meeting rooms are created equal. A large number of audio spaces have low-quality solutions that do not meet enterprise security standards and are hard to deploy, manage, and monitor. Users and IT Administrators are frustrated with the technology in these spaces since they do not satisfy the growing needs of users.
Join the team behind Cisco’s latest Webex device - Webex Room Phone to understand how it can solve these challenges and support the needs of the modern workplace.
1. Overview of the device along with key use cases. 2. Webex Device portfolio - Room Phone positioning 3. Competitive advantages 4. Refresh opportunities
About our Panelists
Subbu Subramanian is a Product Manager in Collaboration technology group working on next-generation devices. He has been working in various roles building, supporting, and bringing to market Collaboration and Contact Center products for over 14 years. As a product manager, he loves building high-quality products that meet Cisco’s high standards and brings exceptional value to customers.
David Scott is a Technical Marketing Engineer at Cisco. He supports IP Phones, Conference phones, Headsets, and Desk video endpoints. David has been with Cisco for 13 years, holds a CCIE, and presents annually at Cisco Live EMEA and USA.
Jessica Ruffinis a Product Marketing Manager within the Collaboration Marketing team at Cisco. She leads the marketing efforts for a number of products, including the Webex Room Phone. Jessica has over 10 years of experience in marketing strategy as well as brand and relationship management.
Anthony Nolasco is a Business Development Manager for the Global Collaboration Sales Team. He focuses on creating sales programs for Calling and accelerating sales enablement of Cisco endpoints.
Anyone can be part of this event, including students, instructors, and Cisco customers and partners.
NOTE: We will be giving away a FREE Room Phone to 10 lucky participants! We will be reaching out to the recipients on October 14, 2020.
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