ISI to Showcase Solutions at Cisco Geekfest This Week
ISI Telemanagement Solutions (News - Alert), a provider of unified communications and call accounting solutions, is sponsoring the Cisco (News - Alert) Americas Partner Organization (APO) Geekfest in Nashville, TN, at the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum and the Nashville Music City Center this week from April 12 to 14. Geekfest is an event that brings Cisco’s partners together to discuss the company’s solutions and strategy.
The Geekfest agenda includes a dynamic keynote address from Todd Nightingale, vice president and general manager of Cisco Meraki, Cisco’s cloud controlled Wi-Fi, routing and security company. In addition, the event will include three days of Cisco experts leading technical presentations from various groups, including Business Entities, APO, Software and Solutions Innovations, Advanced Services, and DevNet.
During the event, ISI plans to focus on its solutions portfolio for delivering positive business outcomes. In particular, the company will showcase its UC Reporting and Capacity Planning for SIP Conversions through Traffic Analytics solution, which provides companies with insightful business intelligence. Meanwhile, ISI’s Contact Center Reporting & Recording, Communication Compliance with Ethical Wall Enforcement, and Technology Adoption metrics together help companies support collaboration and employee productivity with confidence.
David Dishek, ISI Telemanagement Solutions’ Unified Collaboration Practice lead, will attend Geekfest along with Chris Welch, the company’s manager of Channel Sales. Of course, businesses attending the event can speak with Dishek and Welch if they wish to inquire about ISI’s solutions.
"Our success aligns with Cisco's strategy," said Dishek, "and our solutions are adaptable to the architectures that Cisco advances. As an ecosystem partner, we enjoy meeting other partners and sharing success stories, so we are proud to sponsor this Cisco event."
Indeed, ISI offers a broad portfolio of Cisco IVT certified solutions for managing unified communications use, content, expense and people via UC reporting and traffic analytics, collaboration recording, speech analytics, workforce management, and telecommunications expense management.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi