If you’re going to PSA-TEC 2010 (http://www.psatec.com/) and want to learn about transitioning from analog to IP, please feel free to register and drop in on my three 90-minute sessions. The first is for more technical-oriented people who would like an objective view of what transitioning from analog to IP means, and the design options (and pitfalls) that are out there. The second is for those individuals in a sales function, who need to develop enough consultative knowledge to effectively sell and market to customers who are thinking about making the transition. The third session is a “hands-on” with NICE products to give first-hand experience on the topics, opportunities and challenges raised in the first two sessions.
For more information on my sessions at PSA-TEC, see page 16 of the conference program brochure here (http://www.pageturnpro.com/Snyder-Group/12088-PSA-TEC-Conference-Program/index.html) for session 5N-114-F, starting at 12:45, ending at 4:00pm. The third session will follow straight afterwards (3V-124-F).
By the way, a special 3-day NiceVision eXpress (a purpose-built version of NiceVision perfect for smaller installations) certification class (2V-047-T) is also available starting Tuesday.
You can contact George Carmen at NICE Systems (firstname.lastname@example.org, ph: 866-999.NICE, select prompt 1) for more information on any of NICE’s sessions at PSA-TEC.
Hope to see you there. Dr Bob Banerjee, Senior Director, Training and Development, NICE