Interop 2014 Spotlight

by Jason McElhone

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Interop is next week in Las Vegas. If you haven’t heard of Interop before, they boast to be the most complete industry convention for IT Pros. This year is going to be bigger than ever by combining 3 summits into one; Cloud Connect (for cloud architects and practitioners), InformationWeek (for CIOs and IT Execs), and Interop.

Interop 2014 comes bursting at the seams with 350+ exhibitors. Keynote speakers from Cisco, VmWare, and Deloitte combined with 8 different conference tracks means attendees will be receiving a full and customized event this year.

MarketSource will be scouring the show floor for the latest strategies and innovations in IT. Staying engrossed in the IT industry give us the knowledge we need to offer specific and relevant advice to our clients. We believe that being engaged in our client’s industries is essential to our partner’s success.

Are you attending Interop? Relationships are one of our core values, and it would be our pleasure to have the opportunity to meet with you at the show.  If you want to get together to talk shop or just to talk, you can reach out to Jason McElhone @ jmcelhone@marketsource.com and we will find a time.

In the meantime, you can check out more on Interop @ http://www.interop.com/lasvegas/ and you can download MarketSource’s Consultative Guide on External Sourcing below.

Hope to see you at the show!

 

 

Click to download “MarketSource’s Consultative Guide on External Sourcing” 

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Topic: B2B

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jason McElhone is a director of business development at MarketSource. With more than 25 years of inside sales and lead generation experience, Jason manages a global network of more than 50,000 key executives within the automotive, finance, telecom, and IT space. Since joining MarketSource in 2007, Jason has generated a 1,500 percent increase in sales-qualified leads as the company has tripled in size.

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