Redefining Insurance Operations with Mobile Solutions
Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Time: 2:00pm ET | 11:00am PT
Mobile technology is transforming how business gets done by maximizing each of their technologies (mobile computing and mobile printing). Join industry experts from two of the leading manufacturers in the Insurance Market in Mobile Technology, including Panasonic and Brother Mobile Solutions, for a discussion on how insurance operations are being redefined by mobile solutions.Attend this web seminar and you will learn:
Business Development Manager
Brother Mobile Solutions
Michael Zolot began his career with Brother International Corporation in 2008. As the Business Development Manager, he is responsible for strategy and the execution of Brother’s Mobile and Desktop Barcode Printers including the new 8 ½” x 11” PocketJet 6 line of mobile printers. In this role, he is responsible for developing new partnerships within target markets as well as developing new markets for these products. Michael recently got his MBA from William Paterson University.
Senior National Business Development Manager
As National Business Development Manager, Enterprise Sales for Panasonic Solutions Company (PSC), Tom O'Connor supports the sales team’s efforts to provide customized mobile computing solutions that meet the diverse requirements of enterprise organizations. Tom is responsible for developing strategic partnerships with the independent software vendor (ISV) / independent hardware vendor (IHV) community in all the vertical markets within the enterprise space nationwide.
Tom joined PSC in April of 2011, bringing over 25 years of experience in IT sales, marketing and distribution with companies like Fujitsu, Bluestar and Motion Computing. Tom's experience cuts across the Fortune 500, giving him a unique perspective on leveraging technology in support of business objectives.
Tom is a U.S. Air Force veteran with technical certifications in telecommunications and management.
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