Jenne to Showcase Hosted Solutions
Jenne has announced that the company will be exhibiting at the Metaswitch Forum 2011, being held at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas between October 3 and October 6.
Apart from informing about its world class training and support capabilities, Jenne will inform attendees about its solutions for its innovative SIP phone and telecom solutions during the Forum.
Along with “Mobility: Deploying Advanced Mobile Applications for Wireline and Wireless,” a seminar which is offered on the opening day, the Metaswitch Forum 2011 includes several presentations and learning tracks that will appeal to customer base served by Jenne, the company stated in a press release.
“We are very pleased to be exhibiting for the first time at the Metaswitch Forum,” commented Craig Rocco, data product manager at Jenne. “We are able to bring a unique mix of solutions that complement those of Metaswitch, and as a distributor focusing on this area for well over two decades, our booth will be of interest to dealers trying to impart a greater dimension of value to their customers.”
For SMB and enterprise customers doing business in a range of vertical markets, Jenne will be on hand to explain and demonstrate how its portfolio of telecom products complement solutions from Metaswitch products and fit into a broader communications solution throughout the exposition. Offering both in-person and remote training on a variety of products, Jenne regularly hosts training on its telecom solutions through its own Jenne University.
Recently, Sonic Management Group (SonicMG), a management group in the business technology industry, entered into a partnership with Jenne, a value-added distributor of IP telephony, audio and video conferencing, data networking and IT security products. This new partnership is expected to provide distributors with access to operational resources. The new partnership provides Sonic Management Group members the opportunity to purchase through Jenne.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell