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Live Broadcast Offers Tips to Help Partners Increase Profitability, Differentiate

- April 12, 2011 - 0 Comments

Need help building your professional services practice so you can increase profitability, accelerate your evolution to architectures, and differentiate? Then you won’t want to miss our upcoming live video broadcast for partners.

On Monday, April 18 at 10:30 a.m. PST, we’ll be hosting a live, free, interactive video chat on our Ustream channel with Bob Dimicco, Director of Cisco Services. During the live broadcast, we’ll be taking a closer look at the recent announcement made at Partner Summit 2011 and what it means for partners.

We will also cover the following topics:

  • Why Services are THE key differentiator and profitability engine for Cisco partners.
  • How partners can take advantage of the new set of services called Collaborative Professional Services
  • Why Cisco has one of the most partner-centric services strategies in the IT industry.
  • How Cisco will drive the next wave of service innovation through Cisco’s Smart Services.

And, most importantly, we’ll be answering YOUR Services questions live on the air during the broadcast.

Your participation is integral to the success of this broadcast! Here’s how you can participate:

Simply head to our Ustream page at the broadcast time to watch the live video chat and ask Bob your Services questions via Twitter or Facebook. You can also post questions here in the blog comments anytime before the broadcast starts.

This broadcast is open to the public, so partners and members of the media and analyst community can tune in live and chat directly with Bob.

To join the conversation, simply RSVP on our Ustream page clicking the “Remind Me” button under Upcoming Shows. Then just visit the page at 10:30 a.m. on April 18 to watch. (Be sure to RSVP so you can be notified of changes in date or times.)

What Services questions do you have for Bob?


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