IPC partners with Angelbeat to present keynote speakers and panel discussions on the future of IP communications in the enterprise.

ATLANTA, January 25, 2013 – IPC Technologies is pleased to announce the first in a series of Enterprise Communications Summits to be held in 15 major cities during 2013. The kickoff event will take place in Atlanta at the Doubletree Buckhead on Jan. 28, featuring some of the top names in the IP communications marketplace.

“The enterprise communications landscape has changed dramatically with on-premises and cloud-based phone systems, the rise of mobility, unified communications and presence, immersive conferencing solutions and more,” said Jeff Andrews, Executive Vice President, IPC Technologies. “These Summits are designed to help customers navigate the various options and determine the best platforms to meet their business needs now and in the future. We are delighted to bring together leading experts to explain how these technologies fit into an overall communications and collaboration strategy.”

Eric Bowling, IPC’s Vice President of Sales, will moderate an all-star panel discussion with distinguished guests from ShoreTel, ShoreTel Sky, Ruckus, HP, LifeSize, Brocade, AirWatch, Mercury Development and other industry leaders. IPC’s experts will also be on hand to share their expertise in unified communications, mobility, call centers, networking and conferencing, and to demonstrate communications solutions that are easy to use and administer with a low total cost of ownership.

The Summits are presented as part of the popular Angelbeat (www.angelbeat.com) seminar series. After Atlanta, Summits are slated for Philadelphia (Feb. 11), Baltimore (Feb. 12), Washington, D.C. (Feb. 13), Chicago (March 4), Raleigh, N.C. (March 6), Richmond, Va. (March 7), Stamford, Conn. (March 22), Parsippany, N.J. (March 27) and New York (March 28). Additional details are available at www.iptech.com.

“Each Summit includes breakfast, lunch, product demonstrations, raffle drawings and more, as well as concise and informative technical presentations,” said Andrews. “If you would like to learn how your organization can gain the greatest advantage from IP communications, this is a must-attend event.”