Amongst the approximately 300 professionals Gen-i is sending to the event there will be people involved with software solutions (practice managers, technical consultants, developers), ICT specialists (service line managers, design consultants, delivery consultants) and sales people (client managers, sales specialists).
The company will be partnering with Microsoft and Nortel to demonstrate its capabilities in three areas:
Unified Communications: a demonstration to show the capabilities the UC delivers, and how it can benefit businesses. The demonstration will cover click-to-call including audio and video, presence pervasiveness throughout Microsoft Office applications, collaboration and sharing of applications and the new Outlook Voice Access.
MOSS Internet Publishing capabilities: Gen-i will be doing a demonstration of the Content Management System (CMS) functionality in MOSS, along with workflow support and styling support, template usage, and collaboration and integration with Microsoft Office 2007.
Infrastructure Optimisation: a demonstration of the Infrastructure Optimisation Model & Assessment tool to determine the status of a company’s current infrastructure, what benefits are possible and how to realise those benefits.
I was told Gen-i and Nortel will be demonstrating the only OCS integration with Remote Call Control in this year's Tech Ed.
Other related posts:
AvePoint at Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009
Who is at the Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008 marketplace?
Intergen at Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008
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