Google’s enterprise sales manager of GEO, Chris Longo, and Ubisense’s vice president of telecom solutions, Scott Casey, will explain the fundamentals of enterprise location intelligence, the trends that are transforming business apps and the benefits location intelligence brings to network operations.
During the webinar, “Seeing Is Believing: How Location Intelligence Brings Network Operations into Focus,” Longo and Casey will discuss how web mobility innovations and the consumerization of location-aware apps can be leveraged within enterprise software solutions. Attendees will also learn how Google and Ubisense are leading the convergence of consumer location and business intelligence capabilities to change how people work. Google and Ubisense, a Google partner, share a collaborative vision of bringing simplicity and efficiencies into practice to drive improvements in real-time network operations, field work and customer service.
Ubisense has pioneered an enterprise location intelligence architecture and modular business apps that combine Google Maps for Business, including Street View, with cloud services, network asset data, customers, trouble tickets, field work orders, device status and network performance into a single web/mobile portal. This new approach provides applications that offer a new level of productivity and effectiveness for network and customer-facing staff across an organization.
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About the Speakers
As vice president of telecom solutions for Ubisense, Scott Casey is responsible for the telecom business strategy, solutions road map and customer engagements. He has more than 20 years of experience in telecommunications and cable enterprise network management and operations software. Casey specializes in the areas of geospatial applications, network planning and design, inventory/asset management, operational support and service provider business process transformation.
As the enterprise sales manager of GEO for Google, Chris Longo has been in the geospatial industry since 1998 working for various companies such as Esri and Microsoft. Within those companies, he held positions in technical sales, account management and partner management in a geo context. At Google, Longo is responsible for enabling Google’s geo solutions for enterprise customers in the Northwest U.S. via direct relationships and through Google partners.