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Imago Communications, organisers of the VoIP for Business show, are pleased to announce the line-up for the Case Study Theatre, the focal point of the VoIP for Business event (Olympia Conference Centre, London, 1st and 2nd June 2005 www.voipforbusiness.co.uk).

Speakers include:

* David France, Head of IT at BAR Honda, who will detail communications challenges facing the FI giant as it sets up temporary offices around the world - and the role that VoIP* technology plays in resolving those challenges.

* Ray Suttle, Service Director Buying Solutions within the MTS branch of the Civil Service, who will detail a large-scale implementation across 110,000 users and explain the role VoIP is playing in both helping MTS meet its objectives under the EC flexible working directive as well as ensuring the optimum relocation and reassignment of employees.

* Ian Hollins of Insurance Quoteline, who will explain how an IP-PBX has transformed communications within his company, allowing it to meet its Financial Services Act Regulations and grow and develop new business.

Other major end user organisations speaking at the event include: Ashford Borough Council, Aston University, Berlin University, Blue Group International, CD WOW, Isle of Man Govt, Plantronics Contact Centre, Recall Support Services and Seddons.

In addition, industry consultants will be giving their insight into the world of VoIP. These will include: Ovum, Deloitte and Winckless Consulting Services.

VoIP for Business is a new business event that promises to demystify the technology behind next-generation communications, and create the right environment for organisations to learn, evaluate, match needs and select VoIP solutions.

Founding Sponsors of the inaugural VoIP for Business event are Avaya, BT, Cisco, MCI and Tiscali Business Services - five industry leaders in VoIP technology and services. Gold sponsors are Bon.net, TeleWare Hosted Services and Voice Commerce Group.

Other exhibitors include Cable & Wireless, Clara.net, F1 Consultancy, Fluke Networks, gradwell dot com, iDesk, ITSPA, net.com, NextiraOne, Panasonic Business Systems, Red Box Recorders, Rostrvm Solutions, Saiph Broadband, Swyx Solutions, Telappliant, Vodat, Voice Commerce Group, Vonexus, Wavestream and Zultys.

The Directors of Imago Communications have over 20 years experience in successfully designing, launching and implementing events for the high-tech community worldwide. Their business approach is based on an in-depth knowledge of what makes IT markets tick, and in catering for the real needs of end users at all levels, through a multi-faceted approach. Successful events they have launched and developed include: COMPEC, The Which Computer? Show, Softworld, and Storage Expo.

* A technology for carrying telephone calls over IP networks (such as the Internet) that involves digitising and packetising voice streams. VoIP-based telephony will facilitate the adoption of advanced voice and data solutions that incorporate video conferencing, application sharing, multi channel contact handling, on-demand speech recording, unified messaging, unified directories and more

For further information please contact:

Michael Gray
Gray Associates
Tel: +44 (0)208 744 9168
Michael@grayassociates.co.uk




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