With less than a week until UC EXPO 2019, over 6,500 IT professionals, leading UC&C experts and specialist suppliers are getting set to come together to discuss the next evolution of business collaboration and the future of work.
Taking place from May 15th to 16th at London ExCeL, the event is set to address how organisations can better collaborate throughout every aspect of businesses, including cloud, network, AI, security, and customer contact projects.
Key reasons to attend:
1. Amy Chang, Cisco keynote
This year, Amy Chang, Cisco’s Vice President, will take centre stage to deliver a standout keynote address to provide attendees with insight into cognitive collaboration. Amy will be sharing Cisco's vision for the future of collaboration, getting into the crux of how AI and machine learning can deliver unprecedented levels of user experience, to transform the future of work.
2. Lan Ye, Microsoft keynote
Lan Ye, General Manager of Microsoft Teams will headline day two, sharing her vast knowledge of the UC industry over the last 20 years. Lan will provide examples of her experience in facilitating collaboration, enhancing inclusivity and expert advice on how businesses can drive intelligent future workplaces.
3. Industry leading vendors
UC EXPO will welcome the likes of Cisco, Microsoft, AWS, RingCentral, NTT Group, NFON, Fuze, LogMeIn, Vonage, NEC, Sharp, Genesys, Zoom, and BlueJeans to name just a few.
4. World renowned analysts
This year, some of the world's leading analysts in unified communications will discuss the state of UC, including Zeus Kerravala of ZK Research, Dave Michels of TalkingPointz, Blair Pleasant of COMMfusion, and Jeremy DuPont of Wainhouse Research who aim to provide analysis of the UC market, giving insight into the latest technologies to help attendees to excel in their UC strategies.
5. The introduction of Customer Contact X
UC EXPO 2019 will see the launch of new event area, Customer Contact X, dedicated to helping contact centre and customer experience professionals evolve to meet the needs of the modern customer. It will focus on helping businesses to source, evaluate and buy technologies to digitally transform customer contact centres in the omni-channel world.
6. The AV User Group
The AV User Group is a forum for those responsible for their organisations AV communications, including AV in meeting rooms, video, audio, data conferencing, video streaming, broadcasts, signage, presentations and the use of collaborative technologies. The group provides a hub for AV/technology managers and their support teams by providing multiple interfacing platforms between the end user community and their suppliers.
7. AVIXA Diversity Event
This year’s UC EXPO has an increased focus on increasing diversity. The AVIXA Diversity Council will hold its second ever event designed to increase diversity and inclusion in the AV, IT, and UC industry.
To see the full agenda and how to get involved, click here.