Learning that your telephone system has been discontinued is always disconcerting. Hear from our experts on what an end-of-life notification actually means, how quickly (or not) you need to act and what options you have moving forward. This talk is especially relevant for companies with Samsung or Panasonic phone systems, the most recent companies to discontinue systems.
- Changes in the industry
- What an end-of-life notification means (including a Samsung & Panasonic Update)
- The risks of a discontinued system
- Knowing when to act
- Choosing the best option: Premise-Based, Hybrid, IP or Hosted VoIP Systems
- What to do with your old system
Presented by Bill Mitchell and Nicole Courtemanche
Bill Mitchell has been in the telecommunications industry since 1979, learning communications in the US Navy. In 1991, Bill co-founded Business Communications Systems Inc in Worcester, MA, performing in technical, estimating, and sales engineering and design roles. After 29 years in business, BCS was acquired by Connectivity Point, where Bill is serving as a telephony subject matter expert.
Nicole Scaramuzzi Courtemanche is an Account Executive/Certified ScrumMaster on the Connectivity Point Sales Team. She has more than ten-years success managing software lifecycle projects in both agile and hybrid environments; has operationally managed interactive payment applications that integrate with varied state government licensure administrative systems; and has managed portfolios of digital projects totaling millions+ in revenue across industries.