PSNI Global Alliance is set to open its technology end user panel at the annual PSNI Supersummit event to the public this year, giving insight into the future of the workplace from a high-profile end-use speaker perspective. The global AV/UCC network, which has organized the traditionally Alliance-exclusive event for the past 15-years, will stream this session on Thursday, April 7 via Facebook.
Supersummit is the flagship event for PSNI Global Alliance and is held exclusively for the frontline managers in sales, service, integration, strategic accounts, marketing and technical support of the PSNI Certified Solution Provider (CSP) network. This three-day event includes keynotes, breakout sessions and panels from some of the leading speakers in their respective fields.
“We are incredibly excited to be staging this high-profile panel session in partnership with our Preferred Vendor at our Global Supersummit,” said Hailey Klein, PSNI’s director of marketing. “It’s a tremendous opportunity for people to learn; to ask questions of end-users in a live format and for our industry to hear what today’s end users are expecting to experience across key vertical markets.”
Panelists will provide insights from a variety of key markets and include:
- Morgan Wright, audio video engineer lead for a major healthcare facility
- Jeff Price, AV Manager for a multinational oil and gas company
- Federico Ferrari, AV & UCC specialist at Globant
- Joe Way, director, learning environments, University of Southern California, and Higher Education Technology Managers Alliance (HETMA) chair
- Gary Yarobough, AV infrastructure & operations manager at Northrop Grumman
In this panel of technology users, PSNI will discuss hybrid work — the impact on culture, connection and collaboration; how AV is playing a role for today’s modern end user, what the role of the AV/IT integrator is and the impact the current climate has for these users. Click here to register for the panel.
The PSNI Global Summit is also being used as an opportunity to raise further funds for PSNI’s Hope for Ukraine initiative — raising much needed aid for the 1000s of Ukrainian families whose lives have been ravaged by war. For more information, or to contribute in any way, visit https://www.facebook.com/donate/440330904532460/.