UC EXPO is where the unified communications industry goes to demo the latest in video technology and conferencing concepts. It’s where leaders interested in rolling out the best meetings platforms on the market come to learn about new and innovative products, and where industry professionals from around the world speak on the power of unified communications. As always, BlueJeans is excited to attend and even more excited to demonstrate how the meetings platform for the modern workplace can help teams throughout Europe succeed.
Visit the BlueJeans Stand
Come discover the latest in meeting technology, designed for meetings, events, and conference rooms. BlueJeans will be at Stand C108, ready to showcase how the BlueJeans meetings platform can drive global efficiencies and increase competitive advantage. Stop by to hear the difference that Dolby Voice can make in your meetings, learn how BlueJeans works with platforms like Facebook and Microsoft, and determine how to implement BlueJeans using the hardware that already exists in your conference rooms.
While you’re at the stand, be sure to chat with our industry experts and grab your BlueJeans souvenir swag. We’ll also be hosting raffles (DJI drone, anyone?), so be sure to drop your name in for your chance to win.
Hear BlueJeans Leaders Speak
Can’t make it to the booth, but want to hear what our experts think about the future of unified communications? Join us for one of our speaking sessions on either Wednesday or Thursday. We kick things off with an exciting keynote session!
The Future of Work is Now: How Facebook and BlueJeans Help Organisations Collaborate in Today’s Modern Workplace
Wednesday 16 May, 14:20 – 14:50
Cyrus Akrami, Market Development Manager at Workplace by Facebook, will join the BlueJeans SVP of Worldwide Channel, James Campanini, onstage to discuss the modern workplace and collaboration methodologies that fit in the modern workplace. This includes familiar tools such as Workplace, personal collaboration technologies such as video, and trends like working from anywhere while trying to preserve corporate culture and productivity.
When Less is More: How BTG Consolidated Its Collaboration Stack and Increased Productivity
Thursday 17 May, 12:20 – 12:50
In most business environments today, technology is used to enhance workforce collaboration and productivity. For a global organisation like BTG, this often meant having to purchase multiple solutions that supported various meeting experiences across video, audio, and web conferencing. Over time, these decentralised solutions became difficult to monitor, costly to maintain and time consuming to manage. Join Dan Woodhouse, Head of IT Services at BTG, and Mark Strassman, Chief Product Officer at BlueJeans Network, to hear ways in which BTG consolidated their collaboration technology stack to provide a simple, modern, and trusted meeting experience resulting in a more productive workforce.
Panel: Make the Most of Video
Thursday 17 May, 13:00 – 13:40
Video collaboration is becoming a mature and mainstream technology and is more affordable and accessible than ever before on mobile and desktop devices. Learn how to make the most of this technology from leaders in the field, including BlueJeans’ Chief Product Officer, Mark Strassman.
See You at UC EXPO
The conference may only be two days long, but there is so much to learn in those 48 hours. We’re looking forward to meeting you and helping you determine if BlueJeans is the right fit for your modern workforce. See you at Stand C108!
About the Author
As Vice President of International Sales, Paul Scholey is responsible for growing the BlueJeans business in EMEA and APAC. He brings over 25 years of experience in the software industry, having previously worked in and led teams in consulting, pre-sales, and sales. Paul has a track record of growing early stage and midsize software companies, with specialization in building sales teams focused on accountability and value-based selling. Most recently, he was SVP of International at Pentaho. Prior to that, Paul held a variety of leadership positions at Oracle, Teradata, and Business Objects.More Content by Paul Scholey