Concert Technologies today announced its selection to present its educational nationwide, multi-site technology rollout seminar as part of the 2009 BICSI Spring Conference & Exhibition in Baltimore, MD. The seminar titled “Four Critical Guidelines for Avoiding Landmines of Working with Nationwide, Multi-site Technology Rollout Companies” will be presented on Tuesday, May 12 from 3:30-4:30 pm.
The seminar will be presented by Dennis Mazaris, RCDD and President and Founder of Concert Technologies. “I’m very pleased to have this unique opportunity to present new and valuable industry information to the BICSI audience,” said Mazaris. “Our hope is that it will help explain many of the misconceptions about nationwide, multi-site technology rollouts and the companies that perform them. This includes guidelines and tips that will benefit ITS (Information Transport Systems) professionals at both the customer and contractor level.”
“The increase of emerging technologies utilized in enterprise networks has accelerated the growth of companies providing field deployments on a nationwide scale through the utilization of ITS contractors to supply local level service. An ITS professional preparing to work with a nationwide technology rollout company will need to equip themselves with the necessary, previously non-existent evaluation tools to make the right decision and avoid rollout disasters that can occur when partnering with inefficient deployment firms.”
About the Conference
The 2009 BICSI Spring Conference & Exhibition will be held May 10-13, 2009 in Baltimore, Maryland at the Baltimore Convention Center. The conference schedule includes:
• Cutting-edge information.
• State-of-the-art exhibits showcasing the latest products and services.
• Networking opportunities with ITS professionals from around the world.
• Hot topic discussions and timely seminars.
• Global connections with local solutions.
About Concert Technologies
Concert Technologies (concerttech.com), founded in 1995, is a privately-held technology service company based in Dulles, VA. It is the leader in the rapid delivery of nationwide rollouts and global technology deployments for government, commercial and international organizations. Utilizing the Maestro Technology Rollout System of methodologies, it quickly implements, installs and manages multi-site, multi-service, multi-technology infrastructure projects.