An Exclusive Lunch Invite

Maximize Success of Network Transformations

Thursday, January 23rd
Craft Restaurant in NYC
12:30 PM

A wealth of new technologies — from SaaS to VoIP — are changing the way we work, allowing enterprises to benefit from a more agile, available and ultimately effective workforce. But if companies aren’t assuring the networks they rely on are up to the task, introducing new tech may ultimately do more harm to business than good.

In this networking lunch, our panel of experts will discuss:

  • Common pitfalls that come with deploying Cloud and SaaS workflows
  • Why it’s critical to have visibility before, during and after deployment to drive success
  • How businesses benefit by making network transformation a top priority

Adam Edwards

Adam leads the customer success team as AppNeta’s Chief Customer Officer. His specialties include C-level customer success management, solutions design, customer interactions and inside sales teams. Prior to his time at AppNeta, Adam was the vice president of customer success at Reveneer.

Steve Romanelli
Converge One

Steve currently works as the technical lead for a 40,000 user global Unified Communications solution hosted in four ConvergeOne data centers. As the Solution Architect for ConvergeOne’s largest hosted cloud solution, Steve provides technical governance for service delivery and technical support. He is an Avaya Unified Communication Subject Matter Expert with decades of experience leading teams in a constantly evolving tech arena.

Stephen Collins

Stephen Collins, principal consultant at 1024tm and ONUG Working Group CTO, helps technology-driven companies plan and execute business, technology and go-to-market strategies. He has nearly four decades of experience in networking and telecommunications infrastructure, working with startups, emerging growth companies and industry leaders across many segments of the enterprise and service provider markets.

Daniel Chin
Cognex Corporation

Daniel Chin is a Senior Network Engineer at Cognex Corporation and is responsible for the company’s global network. His specialties include network design, security, and operations. Prior to Cognex, Daniel was a network engineer for CoStar Group.