On-Demand Webinar: COVID-19 Business Strategies: How Agents Can Help Protect the Health of Clients’ Businesses in the New Economy

Your clients are looking to you for help reducing recurring costs while improving capability on core operations.

June 1, 2020

Windstream issues

Date: Jun 25, 2020

The economic devastation triggered by COVID-19 is causing businesses to reset expectations for 2020. With the revenue strain that the pandemic has put on tens of millions of businesses, your customers need meaningful ways to instantly, and significantly, reduce recurring costs while improving capability on core operations. This webcast will focus on such cost-efficiency keys as:

  • Cut costs for telecom and IT networks by up to 30% by consolidating resources and vendors

  • Tele-everything – Mobilize your workforce and operations better, faster, cheaper and safer, with touchless delivery and pick-up

  • Sustain a remote work model with savings using collaboration and communication tools and programs

  • Cloudify Services to eliminate capex costs and provide flexibility to shift your business as the market demands

  • Centralize management of procurement, ordering and invoicing to eliminate redundant costs



Howard M. Cohen

Howard M. Cohen is senior resultant at HMC Write Now. He is a veteran of the IT industry with more than 35 years of experience as a writer, presenter and adviser to all parts of the tech industry. He is featured regularly in many IT industry publications and has served on many vendor advisory panels, including the Apple, Compaq, HP, IBM and NEC Service Advisory Councils, the Ingram Micro Service Network board and as a U.S. Board member of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners. Cohen is a frequent speaker at IT industry events that include Microsoft’s WorldWide Partner Conference, Citrix Synergy/Summit, ConnectWise IT Nation, ChannelPro Forums, Cloud Partners Summit, MicroCorp One-On-One and CompTIA ChannelCon.  He also hosts and presents webinars and eSeminars for QuinStreet, UBM and others. He refers to himself as a “Senior Resultant” because he has always understood that we are all measured only by our results.



Max Silber

Max Silber is vice president of mobility and IoT for MetTel. He is responsible for the company’s mobility operations and business development initiatives. A  member of the Forbes Business Development Council, he has been highlighted recently in publications like CNN Business. With over 20 years of experience, he has served in a variety of product, sales and business development positions with some of the world’s most innovative technology and telecommunications companies. Prior to joining MetTel, Silber served as senior vice president of business development for IDT Corp., where he led the company’s managed services and mobility business unit. Prior to IDT, he was vice president of business development at Net2Phone Inc. and held similar management positions at Amtel and GTE Spacenet Inc.


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