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One Source Networks' COO to Provide Insight on Deploying UC to SMEs at ITEXPO

September 09, 2011

One Source (News - Alert) Networks (OSN), a facilities-based carrier agnostic communications solutions provider, announced participation at the upcoming ChannelVision Expo (CVx), collocated with ITEXPO (News - Alert) West 2011.


Jeff Betteker, chief operating officer at OSN, will speak at the event to provide insight on deploying Unified Communication solutions to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

Betteker is participating in the panel discussion titled, “Selling Unified Communications (News - Alert) to Small Business,” from 12:30–1:15pm CT on Thursday, September 15, 2011. Moderated by Broadvox's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, David Byrd (News - Alert), the panel will discuss the value of unified communications and the impact it has on the SME market.

While collaboration is generally a big selling point for UC to large enterprises, the value of collaboration remains in question for companies small enough to "walk down the hall," company officials said. The panel will discuss the many value propositions that UC presents to different small business verticals and the possibility that 'anytime, anywhere' access to communications tools and information may be its biggest value.

Betteker has been serving as Chief Operating Officer at OSN since 2009. He brings more than 30 years of engineering, operations and sales experience in the Competitive Local Exchange Carrier and Inter Exchange Carrier industry. At OSN, Betteker’s primary focus is on enhancing the customer experience through increased attention on driving business, and overall operational improvements.

OSN delivers and manages wide area networks for large and medium enterprise clients.  It also provides facilities-based global VoIP services for its clients across their existing private or public WAN infrastructures. OSN was recently recognized on the 2011 Inc 500 annual list of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies, where it placed #1 as the fastest-growing telecommunications provider and #9 overall.

ITEXPO  is the World's Communications Conference where enterprises, service providers, resellers, manufacturers, and developers forge partnerships, build relationships, and close business deals.

 To find out more about Jeff Betteker and One Source, visit the company at ITEXPO West 2011. To be held Sept. 13-15 in Austin, TX, ITEXPO is the world’s premier IP communications event. Jeff Betteker is speaking during “Selling Unified Communications to Small Business.” Don’t wait. Register now.

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Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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