IMCCA announced a three-day series of events focusing on solutions and trends in the Unified Conferencing and Collaboration (UCC) space. Scheduled from February 25 to 27, 2019 in New York, the IMCCA’s first annual Collaboration Week NY will offer opportunities for end users, integrators, consultants and manufacturers.
The three-day event takes attendees to actual end user and manufacturer sites to see how UCC solutions are utilized firsthand. Additionally, on-site panel discussions on topics of interest will be featured, as well as opportunities to network.
“Collaboration is a rapidly changing world, and people are looking for new and more effective ways to deepen their understanding of the technology and its capabilities,” Carol Zelkin, Executive Director, IMCCA, said. “Collaboration Week NY meets those needs with an innovative and informative event, offering valuable insight that can be used to craft intelligent and cost efficient UC and collaborative solutions across a broad range of applications.”
Collaboration Week NY will include meetings at end user manufacturer sites, as well as tours and panel discussions. Attendees will be able to join any or all functions of interest to them. Attendance is complimentary, but advance registration is required. David Danto, IMCCA Director of Emerging Technology, is the Event Chair. Dr. S. Ann Earon, President of Telemanagement Resources International and Chairman Emeritus of IMCCA, is the Program Chair.