Cloud Comms Summit Podcast with Anand Buch

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

Cloud Comms Summit Podcast with Anand Buch

In this Cloud Comms Summit podcast, our host Dominic Black (Head of Research at Cavell Group) talks to guest Anand Buch, the CEO and Co-Founder of netsapiens, about the softswitch market and potential areas of differentiation for Service Providers in this highly competitive industry.

Anand Buch studied Engineering at the College of DuPage where he received 4 associate’s degrees followed by an Electrical Engineering degree at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. Anand was honored to be invited by David Wang in the founding of netsapiens in 2002 which led to him becoming Chief Executive Officer around 2006. Today, as CEO of netsapiens inc., he leverages his multi-disciplinary experience in business and technology to guide the conception, realization, and delivery of new solutions to the marketplace.

Listen to find out more, and if you can’t get enough make sure you buy a ticket while there are still some available for the Summit itself where you can see Dominic, Anand and a whole host of other amazing speakers!

Looking for ways to differentiate yourself? Check out these resources:

How to Capture the Mobile Workforce with UC

How Service Providers Should Chase the Growing Contact Center Market

Disruptive Pricing Strategies for the SMB Market

How to Sell Unified Communications Effectively

 

About netsapiens

At netsapiens, we are your Smart Network Application People specializing in B2B unified communications (UC) solutions. We support service providers of all sizes as well as large enterprises with existing network infrastructure who want to improve their operational efficiency and grow their customer base. Our award-winning signature UC offering – SNAPsolution is custom-built to offer our partners a customizable, easy-to-use platform that can be quickly deployed for maximum ROI. Take advantage of our expertise in VoIP, Hosted PBX (UCaaS), SIP trunking, contact centers, device provisioning, mobility, multi-tenant user portals and software-as-a-service (SaaS).

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email