iPad® in Business Briefing: How To Increase Revenue & Improve Employee Productivity
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join Apple® and the Tekserve Business team for an exclusive and up-close look and how the iPad is swiftly reshaping company earnings and bottom lines. Learn from top experts how to effectively use the revolutionary device to drive profits, lower costs, and increase employee efficiency.
Whether you’re just considering mobile solutions for your company or have already deployed iPads to your staff, this complimentary seminar will help you get the most out of your technology. Explore the best apps for business productivity, learn how to use the cloud to help your team collaborate in real-time and on-the-go, and learn best practices from businesses who have successfully integrated iPads into the workplace.
Gain insight on how Tekserve works with Fortune 1000 CEOs, CFOs, and marketing departments to employ, manage, and implement successful iPad integrations and “Bring Your Own Device” initiatives into business, while reducing support costs and equipment expenses.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Leaders of organizations with 50+ employees who are considering tablet solutions to increase revenue and improve employee productivity.
Seating is limited for this one-time event so be sure to register early. Attendees will receive a complimentary Tekserve consultation on their business needs and 30 days of Mobile Device Management services. One lucky attendee will win a 30-day pilot program with 5 iPads and Mobile Device Management from Tekserve.
Thursday, June 21
3:30p Registration & Complimentary Bar
Event is followed by the EnterpriseiOS Meet-up for administrators of iOS devices. Register for that complimentary event to network with a technicaly focused crowd.
Ace Hotel (Liberty Hall)
20 West 29th Street at Broadway
New York, NY 10001
CAN'T MAKE IT?
You can still sign-up for a complimentary Tekserve consultation to assess your business.
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