MDSi announced today that Christine Ferguson has joined the company as Director of Strategic Accounts. Based out of their headquarters in Alpharetta, Georgia, she joins the company to further develop MDSi’s growing portfolio of national accounts and business opportunities throughout North America. Christine’s position was established by MDSi to drive expansion of business transformation initiatives and priorities within its large client portfolio.
Who can think of a better way to beat the winter blues than with a trip to sunny Cabo? Well, that is exactly what qualifying members of our sales team did this month. As part of MDSi’s Quota Club, these employees either met or exceeded their sales goals which earned them an all-inclusive trip to RIU Palace Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for a little fun in the sun! Also, in on the fun and as part of our Ring of Excellence Program, were two non-sales employees chosen by their peers for their: outstanding performance, drive, and leadership. Shannon Payne, MDSi’s Vice President of Business Development, summed up the meaning behind the club by saying “the Quota Club trip is a great reward for those who go above and beyond in hitting their target goals and really embodies our family atmosphere. I love the fact that everyone choses to spend time together as opposed to going their separate ways, I think that says a lot about the culture of MDSi”.
At the Gaylord Palms in Orlando, FL, Enterprise Connect is returning this year with an explosion of new and exciting keynote speakers. Occurring between March 27th-30th, the conference and expo will feature more than 190 leading technology companies that provide the leading enterprise solutions. The expo will also hold over 60+ conference sessions, and feature keynote speakers:
Topics: Enterprise Connect
Pictures, Videos, Live Streaming and Snapchatting will be imminent among football fans for Super Bowl Sunday. At the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, more than one million fans are predicted to participate in festivities surrounding Super Bowl weekend. During the first weekend of February, football attendees will want to take pictures and share their experiences with friends and the rest of the world. With limited cell towers and area coverage, how will the city of Houston be able to withstand so much data? And how will mobile internet access be available and stream data quick enough? Wireless carriers have started planning for this endeavor years ago. Here's what they're planning: