Bob Badavas, PlumChoice® Chief Executive Officer, to Discuss Tech Enabled Services at ACG® Boston Technology Conference
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BOSTON, Feb. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
M&A networking organization ACG Boston is hosting a conference, "Tech Enabled Services: Definition, Differentiation, and Dividends," on Wednesday, February 27, 2013. The event features prominent industry experts, executive panel discussions and networking opportunities.
Bob Badavas, Chief Executive Officer of PlumChoice, will participate as a member of the Conference's Technology Enabled Services Executive Panel. An industry innovator, PlumChoice is driving the transformation of technical support services. Mr. Badavas will provide unique insights on generating long-term customer loyalty and revenue growth by delivering services solutions that optimize the benefits consumers and businesses expect and demand from their technology environments.
Consumers purchase and use technology very differently from just a few years ago, dramatically changing the technology-enabled services sector. TheCEOs and senior executives who participate in the panel will define "tech-enabled services," address service delivery evolution and discuss the range of business models in the sector. The executives will also discuss how their organizations are turning traditional business models upside down and changing the way customers view and consume technology.
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