Save Money and Deliver Results with SIP

Are you currently evaluating or in the process of updating your telecom infrastructure to SIP? It’s pretty well understood that SIP trunking is a more scalable and cost-effective solution than TDM and PRI, but how do you continue to justify the resources you need and plan for an effective and pain-free transition?

Join our experts for this webinar as they dive into the SIP transition process and share best practices for justifying, planning, and migrating your telecom infrastructure from POTS to SIP in order to cut costs and free up end of year budget. We will go over common obstacles and pitfalls like maintaining 911 connectivity, as well as help you identify the metrics that correlate with success.

Available:
On Demand
Duration:
1h 00min

You’ll learn:

  • How to make the business case for SIP
  • Technology and provider considerations for migrating to SIP
  • Best practices for the transition, including planning, testing, and monitoring
  • The “gotcha’s” of maintaining a compliant 911 solution
  • How to measure your success

Register now!

Featured Speakers

  • Kevin Kieller
    Kevin Kieller
    Co-Founder
    enableUC

    Kevin Kieller is co-founder of enableUC, a company that helps organizations successfully implement collaboration and communication solutions by working with business and IT teams in larger organizations. Kevin and his team help organizations select, successfully implement and use analytics to drive adoption and deliver positive business outcomes for leading collaboration, communication and cloud technologies. He helps vendors better understand the market, position their products and make the most of the Microsoft ecosystem. He has led the development of numerous technology strategies for medium and large organizations, served as Bell Canada's lead UC strategist, developed new practice offerings for Softchoice (Softchoice.com), and advised hardware and software companies interested in expanding within the Microsoft ecosystem. Kevin is comfortable interfacing at both the most senior (CxO) levels and getting "his hands dirty" helping technical teams.

  • Lauren Brockman
    Lauren Brockman
    New Product Development, Voice
    Bandwidth

    Lauren leads New Product Development for Voice Services at Bandwidth. She focuses on bringing new, software driven IP communications solutions that transform the customer experience and challenge the way we think about communications today. Lauren is a 25 year veteran of the telecom industry and has worked in new product development, product management, finance, corporate restructuring and M&A for a variety of communications companies before joining Bandwidth in 2017.

  • Michelle  Burbick
    Michelle Burbick
    Special Content Editor, No Jitter
    Program Coordinator, Enterprise Connect

    Michelle Burbick is the Special Content Editor and a blogger for No Jitter, Informa Tech's online community for news and analysis of the enterprise convergence/unified communications industry, and the editorial arm of the Enterprise Connect event, for which she serves as the Program Coordinator. In this dual role, Michelle is responsible for curating content and managing the No Jitter website, and managing its variety of sponsored programs from whitepapers to research reports. On the Enterprise Connect side, she plans the conference program content and runs special content programs for the event. Michelle also moderates Enterprise Connect sessions and virtual webinars which cover a broad range of technology topics. In her tenure on the No Jitter and Enterprise Connect teams, she has managed the webinar program, coordinated and ran the Best of Enterprise Connect awards program, and taken on special projects related to advancing women in the technology industry and promoting diversity and inclusion. Prior to coming to No Jitter, Michelle worked as a writer and editor, producing content for technology companies for several years. In an agency environment, she worked with companies in the unified communications, data storage and IT security industries, and has developed content for some of the most prominent companies in the technology sector. Michelle has also worked in the events and tradeshows industry, primarily as a journalist for the Trade Show Exhibitors Association. She earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is an animal lover and likes to spend her free time bird watching, hiking, and cycling.

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