Conference Agenda, Topics, Panelists and Activities Are Designed to Stimulate Networking and Promote New Business Opportunities

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, April 18, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — ETMA, the Enterprise Technology Management Association, next conference will be in Atlanta September 24 through the 26th at the W (Marriott) in Downtown Atlanta. It will officially start at 11 AM on Wednesday with a networking icebreaker activity, and it will feature a network café coffee/bar before and after the conference sessions on Wednesday and Thursday. The presentations will bring continued balance between traditional topics that focus on Telecom and Technology Expense management, TEM, Managed Mobility Services, MMS, and new areas. Members are encouraged to register for the conference today.

Josh Bouk, VP of Sales and Marketing for Cass said, “Atlanta has long been a leader in FinTech, Healthcare, Communications and Media. It is the home to many global enterprises and is incredibly diverse, energetic and vibrant. And it’s my home. I am excited that ETMA has chosen Atlanta for our September conference and look forward to welcoming all of my peers and industry friends. It’s going to be a great time.”

Joe Basili, ETMA Managing Director said. “I am excited with the agenda and new topics, panelists and activities the board has developed for the meeting. Everything is designed to stimulate networking and interesting discussions that challenge participants and promote new business opportunities.”

Mark Hearn, ETMA President and President of Network Control, said, “I am really excited about our next ETMA Conference coming of our largest and most successful conference in Denver in February. This conference will again allow the top TEM companies and thought leaders an opportunity to share exciting changes in the industry, review ethics and set standards in order to continue to add value to the enterprise companies we all support. As an organization made up of the top tier TEM Companies this is the only forum that brings together a group of companies who together will drive the industry ahead with the key driver to deliver strong membership and collaboration for enterprise organizations to benefit from. “

Natasha Royer Coons, Chief Revenue Officer of Advantix and ETMA Vice President said, “”In the age of disruption and where digital technologies will start evolving faster than we can adapt, Digital CX (Customer Experience) is a rapidly evolving field. At ETMA, we invest in ensuring that our members stay ahead of the curve. Member firms won’t want to miss our Fall conference as we dive into strategies for delivering the ultimate customer experience leveraging a seamless, integrated and yet secure digital journey map”

ETMA attracts a diverse range of CEOs and Presidents from the industry to its conferences with interesting topics and activities for its members and a select group of guests. This conference will also feature voting for Best Practices and the Giving Back Awards selected by industry peers. This will be followed with cocktails and dinner and networking activities near the hotel.

About ETMA
ETMA, the Enterprise Technology Management Association is a non-profit organization with approximately 50 members managing over $71 Billion in enterprise expenses. Its ongoing mission is to raise awareness, foster industry growth, improve the quality and value of solutions, and establish industry standards. Further, ETMA members subscribe to a Code of Ethics, which clearly establishes standards and differentiates their level of commitment to their clients. ETMA does not sell consulting services or solutions.

Members provide solutions for enterprises in: Technology Management, Managed Services, Expense Management, Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management (TEM), Mobile Expense Management, Managed Mobility Services (MMS), Mobile Device Management MDM and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions.

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