BroadVision Announces Speaking Event at IDC Conference in Zürich, SwitzerlandBy BroadVision on June 17, 2015
REDWOOD CITY, CA (June 17, 2015) — BroadVision, Inc. (Nasdaq: BVSN), a leading provider of business communication, collaboration and engagement solutions, is a Gold Partner and presenter at IDC’s 2015 “Managing the Workplace of the Future” conference. The event will be held on Thursday, June 18, at the Hotel Park Hyatt Zürich.
Richard Hughes, BroadVision’s Director of Social Strategy, has been invited to speak at the event. Hughes, a recognized though leader on the use of social networking in business, will present a session titled, “Business Communication is (Still) Broken.” In the session, Hughes will discuss the inconsistencies and flaws of current business communication models, and reasons people drift back into old habits despite initial enthusiasm for new solutions. Attendees will take away a better understanding of the benefits of social business tools, and what we can do to ensure they benefit the business rather than hinder it.
The “Workplace of the Future” conference is an event produced by global market research, analysis and advisory firm IDC. The event is designed to educate business leaders in better understanding and managing their working environments and to prepare them for challenges they will face in the workplace of tomorrow. Additional topics of discussion at the conference include “Digitization in the Workplace,” “From Document Management to Managed Information,” “Virtual Desktop Infrastructure,” and “Future Collaboration.”
Driving innovation since 1993, BroadVision (NASDAQ: BVSN) provides e-business solutions that enable the enterprise and its employees, partners, and customers to stay actively engaged, socially connected, and universally organized to achieve greater business results. BroadVision® solutions—including Vmoso for unified business collaboration and engagement, and Clearvale for enterprise social networking—are available globally in the cloud via the Web and mobile applications. Visit BroadVision.com for more details.
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