Team-to-Many 2.0: The Collision of Video Conferencing and Enterprise Streaming (Registration Open)

January 23rd, 2019—11am Central Time
Vern Hanzlik, Qumu President and CEO

For large organizations, the convergence of video conferencing and enterprise streaming has created a new type of communication channel—one that allows the hosting of two-way video events between executive teams and thousands of global employees. These “ Team-to-Many” broadcasts have significantly impacted corporate communication by allowing leaders to host large-scale, interactive meetings with anywhere from 200 to 30,000 live attendees, and demand for these events among the Global 2000 is skyrocketing.

Join Qumu President and CEO Vern Hanzlik as he presents a number of critical updates from his May of 2018 Team-to-Many webcast, including an overview of the collision of the Video Conferencing and Enterprise Streaming markets. During this Webcast Vern will also discuss the Team-to-Many movement, answer the most common questions about the technology behind it, and provide multiple real-world examples of Qumu customers who have implemented Team-to-Many technology since his original Webcast in 2018.


How Video is Modernizing the Consumer Banking Experience (Registration Open)

February 20th, 2019—11:00am Central Time
Cody Rodgers, Qumu Business Development Manager

For some industries, change can come slowly—particularly when government regulations, highly documented process and massive technology systems are involved. But even with these barriers in place, a handful of industries have managed to push the boundaries and drive significant improvements in customer experience over the last few years. And one of the most innovative industries in that regard is Consumer Banking.

Join Qumu Business Development Manager Cody Rodgers as he shares a number of real-world, customer-focused video use cases from Consumer Banking—one of the fastest-growing market segments in Qumu’s Banking and Finance practice. During this session Cody will focus on three primary uses for video technology including Customer Communications, Compliance Data Collection and Customer Education. In addition, the presentation will also cover the topics of video asset management, user analytics, and leveraging the power of video to improve overall customer satisfaction.