How the Hybrid workforce has changed how we communicate
Thursday, Oct 21st 2021 - 11AM EST / 4PM UK / 5PM PARIS
Change is constant and recent events have sped up the evolution of how businesses operate, strategize and communicate. Long gone are the mass communications by fax or memo envelope, so how will communications evolve next?
Join Quadient and IDC for a webinar that focuses on communication strategy changes with new bespoke research from IDC.
The webinar will examine these key concepts:
- New trends in business operations and customer preferences
- The importance of print communications in an outreach strategy
- What communication type (digital or print) does best for which type of outreach (transactional, marketing, account management, etc.)
Join us on Thursday, October 21st for this free webinar: How the Hybrid workforce changed how we communicate Reserve your seat now
About our speakers:
Research Vice President, Imaging, Printing, and Document Solutions
Robert Palmer is Research Vice President with IDC's Imaging, Printing and Document Solutions team. He is responsible for written research, forecasts, and analysis in multiple practice areas covering managed print services, document solutions, business workflow automation and optimization, and hard copy transformation. Mr. Palmer's research also includes a particular emphasis on the office imaging channel and transformational strategies and technologies impacting the future of the office imaging market.
Vice President - Channel Marketing and Planning
Kevin O’Connor is the Vice President – Channel Marketing and Planning, working in both the global Mail Related Solutions (MRS) organization and the North America MRS Sales and Marketing operation. He has been with Quadient for almost 12 years and has over 23 years of experience in various roles in the mailing and shipping industries. Kevin’s primary responsibilities include Strategic Planning, Channel Marketing and Product Marketing, specializing in managing, marketing, and cross-selling mailroom solutions to businesses of all sizes. Kevin has a degree in Finance from the University of Connecticut and a Master’s in Business Administration in General Business and Marketing from Sacred Heart University.