Wi-Fi can give your customers and employees seamless mobility and Internet access, making your internal processes more efficient. But did you know that it can also help you more effectively engage and better understand your customers?
Using their smartphones and the mobile Internet, your customers embrace a connected lifestyle anytime, anywhere. Now Cisco and our enterprise and service provider customers are transforming business by introducing new, Wi-Fi-based service innovations that deliver enhanced mobile experiences for end users. These new, personalized mobile experiences re-define the way organizations engage with consumers and employees, expanding revenue opportunities and business efficiency.
During this short 30-minute webcast, you will:
Learn from enterprises and service providers that are already using Connected Mobile Experiences to gain critical customer data and deliver innovative mobile services to their customers
Gain an understanding of the market and technology driving this solution from Cisco SVP of Products and Solutions, Doug Merritt, and Cisco CTO of Wireless Technology, Bob Friday
Find out about the new and existing Cisco and partner technologies that make this solution possible
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