Oblong Industries explains Infopresence at ISE 2017

oblong-logoLos Angeles, CA (December 5, 2016) — The Unified Communications Theatre (Hall 11) at Integrated Systems Europe will again play host to industry thought-leader Oblong Industries. At the 2017 show (7-10 Feb, Amsterdam RAI) attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about real world solutions to enhance engagement and deliver infopresence.

At 12:30 on Tuesday, 7 February Evolution of the Future of Work: Mandeep Jawa, Emerging Technology Architect at PwC will be sitting down with Steve Smith, Regional Sales Director, Oblong Industries to have a ‘fireside chat’ discussing how businesses can adapt to the needs of a changing workforce by creating more dynamic, creative and collaborative work spaces. Mandeep will be drawing on the very real difference that Oblong technology has delivered for the Consultancy at PwC’s Delta Room in Paris.
On Wednesday, 8th February at 12:30 Workplace Transformation: how improved collaboration systems can future-proof your business: The Future of Work brings a need for massively improved collaboration, often between areas of your organization that previously operated in isolation. According to Salesforce, 96% of execs cite lack of effective collaboration as the main source of workplace failures. Steve Pryor, Director, EMEA Channel Sales explains how, with Infopresence, data breaks free from the two-dimensional confines of individual computer and projection screens and comes alive, heralding a new era of collaborative, immersive work.

On Thursday, 9 February at 12:30 Big data Immersion & the arrival of Infopresence: In today’s competitive environment, business technology needs to deliver a three dimensional experience in order to create a more immersive way of working for the millennial generation. For the greater levels of productivity demanded by companies’ needs to constantly push boundaries, we need something better, and we need it now. Achieving this business breakthrough means a complete rethink of the interplay between humans and machines. Most importantly, machines must facilitate, enable, and encourage humans to collaborate in ways that simply weren’t previously possible. The speaker is Mary Ann de Lares Norris, COO at Oblong Industries, who will be speaking at ISE fresh from her appearance at London’s WorkTech.

And, on Friday 10th February at 10:30am Next Generation Collaboration – Mary Ann de Lares Norris, VP EMEA from Oblong Industries discusses how the convergence of AV and IT is transforming Unified Collaboration and the future of work. This session will discuss the paradigm shift in the way multi-national companies are collaborating across locations and why it is vital that they take action to engage with immersive workspace solutions to stay ahead of the curve.

Delegates at ISE are invited to experience first-hand the award-winning Mezzanine technology which uniquely unites teams for immersive visual collaboration globally. Oblong Industries is located in Hall 11 – Booth A110.