Want to learn how to build powerful communications applications that work across voice, SMS/text messaging, IM, Twitter, web and mobile channels? Would you like to meet the people creating Voxeo's
products and services such as Prophecy
Would you like to understand how these services can grow your business? Make your operations more efficient? Open new revenue channels?
Are you concerned about being "locked in" to proprietary services or APIs?
Would you simply like to learn new products and skills to develop your own career?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, please plan on heading down to Orlando, Florida, for the Voxeo Customer Summit 2011 on October 10-12.
Courtesy of a number of sponsors, registration is FREE. You just, obviously, need to get down to Orlando and cover your hotel, etc.
From the Voxeo blog post announcing the agenda, here are some of the highlights:
- A presentation of the 2011-12 product roadmap
- Real strategies for creating competitive advantage with multi-channel, Social CRM and cross-channel analytics
- Technical deep dives on PRISM, Phono and more
- An interactive Demo Lounge showcasing products from Voxeo and Summit sponsors
- A keynote presentation by Joseph Jaffe, author of Flip the Funnel
- A hands-on pre-conference developer workshop: Building Apps with Phono and Building SMS Apps with SMSified (OneAPI)
- Great networking events including the Party at the Plaza! Come check out our brand new office!
I'll be presenting a tutorial on IPv6 and how you can use it with our applications and will be around through the event blogging, tweeting, interviewing folks and generating other online content.
It promises to be a GREAT time and I'd love to see many of you down there. Register today!
P.S. The first version of this post had the dates incorrectly as Oct 8-10 - and in fact the URL still has those dates in it. However, the correct dates are Oct 10-12. My brain was temporarily confused with SpeechTEK 2011, where I will also be speaking, and is being held August 8-10.
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