IAUG Arizona Chapter Meeting: 10.19.17

    Thursday October 19, 2017 | 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Arrow Electronics
    1955 East Sky Harbor Circle, N | Phoenix, AZ 85034

    Join us for the IAUG Arizona Chapter Meeting, sponsored by Arrow SI! We have a day filled with educational and entertaining presentations. This event is open to members and nonmembers. 

    Join the IAUG of Arizona Community!

    Presentation Topics

    A Practical Look at Avaya Breeze
    This session will take you beyond the marketing fluff and into process of creating Breeze workflows. Engagement Designer allows non-programmers to visualize an idea and with a minimal amount of effort, turn that idea into a functional solution.

    The Internet of Things and Customer Engagement
    The Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing how we interact with the world and how the world communicates to us. We have smart washing machines, cars, furnaces, and even garage doors. This session will introduce you to Arrow Connect – a platform that connects sensors to gateways, gateways to cloud applications, and cloud applications to enterprise grade solutions via web services and Breeze workflows.

    An Overiew of CafeX Solutions Avaya DevConnect
    This discussion with cover how CafeX software makes if simple for companies to transform online customer engagements and workforce collaboration. 

    Lunch will be served at 12:00 p.m. 

    For additional questions regarding the Arizona chapter or leadership opportunities, please contact Ken Heusser . 

     

    Thank you to our meeting sponsor, 

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