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Day 2 & 3 recap from Cisco Live 2019 #CLUS
by Paul Davenport Paul Davenport on

Days 2 and 3 at Cisco Live 2019 in San Diego were jam-packed with activity for the AppNeta team. Look no further than Senior Sales Director Mike Mattei’s viral picture from the show floor for proof:

While it doesn’t take long to break a sweat when you’re bouncing around the convention center, we were very lucky to have some huge crowds stop and spend some quality time at Booth 3115. This was especially true during each of our booth presentations, which, as you can see below, drew impressive crowds whenever Sean, Alec, Seth and John were at the mic.

The presentations weren’t the only draw to the booth either, as our VP of Marketing Amanda brought enough excitement and energy with her to fill the whole convention center. (The promise of great booth prizes like Amazon and Starbucks gift cards, as well as an Echo Dot, probably didn’t hurt either!)

And while Cisco Live 2019 has certainly been our team’s focus the past week, it wasn’t the only major milestone we were celebrating, as we took a break from the convention Tuesday night to wish our CEO Matt Stevens a happy birthday! (Of course, like any good host, Cisco was quick to wish Matt a happy belated from the official @CiscoLive account too)

As Cisco Live 2019 enters its final day, we hope you stop by Booth 3115 if you haven’t already to catch up with the team and see what all the excitement is all about!

And while we can’t wait to get back to Boston, we’re sure gonna miss this view!

Filed Under: company news, industry insights, networking technology

Tags: #CLUS, Cisco, Cisco Live 2019, CiscoLive, cloud migration, network performance monitoring, remote office monitoring, saas, San Diego, SDWAN

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