TigoUne Forum Colombia 2015

I am excited to be participating in the upcoming TigoUne Forum Colombia 2015 event on November 11 in Bogota, Colombia (#TigoUne; @Tigo_Colombia). In this event, TigoUne will bring together hundreds of executives from Colombian and neighboring countries’ businesses and government entities. The focus will be on Enterprise Mobility and Cloud technology and specifically how these technologies are changing the way business is done in the digital world.

The event will showcase two keynote speakers including Uri Levine, co-founder of Waze (#urilevine); and me, Jeff Wallace, as founder & president of Global Kinetics and an enterprise mobility expert (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffwallace913; @jwallace913; @GlobalKinetics1). In addition, there will be other presenters from Huawei, Jasper, Fortinet, Cisco and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I couldn’t be more pleased to be sharing a stage with such great industry leaders and am excited to hear what they all have to share with the audience at the event.

TigoUne aims to be a leader in the region for companies seeking to leverage integrated solutions for voice, connectivity and advanced cloud capabilities. This event will give TigoUne the opportunity to showcase its offerings and bring thought leaders together to discuss how companies can take advantage of these innovations to seek competitive advantage. Currently, TigoUne is the second largest operator in Colombia with over 11 million customers.

According to industry surveys, 91% of Fortune 500 companies are deploying or testing the integration of mobile devices into their work processes. Enterprise mobility has driven the development and innovation of mobile devices (tablets, laptops and smartphones) to access corporate networks. The intelligent integration of the mobile workforce with corporate devices continues to grow as a major trend in the region.

To learn more about this exciting event, please check it out at http://tigouneforumcolombia.com/sitio.

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