A great product or service is only developed when team members from across the business come together and collaborate. That same level of togetherness binds strong partnerships between companies. Delivering a positive customer experience, meanwhile, depends upon working together with buyers to address any post-purchase challenges.
With that spirit in mind, join us on September 14 at 2 p.m. EST for a virtual event called Samsung Together. It’s an opportunity for stakeholders in all areas of business to hear directly from Samsung and Microsoft leaders.
Who’s speaking at Samsung Together?
Over the course of 30 minutes, Samsung Together will provide a first-hand look at how to embrace mobile technology to be more productive, efficient and effective.
Samsung Together will help companies on their transformation journey by featuring senior executives who can offer unique insights into the future of work as it unfolds. This includes K.C. Choi, executive vice president and head of mobile B2B at Samsung Electronics. Choi will be joined by Jerry Park, executive vice president and deputy head of global mobile B2B and CIO at Samsung Electronics.
Together, these leaders will host sessions during Samsung Together that show how Galaxy devices can create a connected, premium experience in the workplace.
Take for example the Galaxy Z Fold5, which brings device innovation through a symmetrically slimmed design, features optimized for simple and intuitive multitasking and continued partnerships for small and medium-sized businesses that need a true two-in-one device.
Working together isn’t just important among employees, however, businesses thrive when their mobile devices do, too. That’s why Samsung’s latest smartphones, tablets and wearables offer a connected experience that allows you to manage apps and content across your ecosystem of devices.
Why attend Samsung Together?
Organizations across every sector are striving to redefine the workplace amid ongoing macroeconomic challenges, the quest to empower employees and rising customer expectations.
Samsung Together will showcase how its portfolio of Galaxy devices can reimagine everyday business processes among employees and help them do their best work, no matter where they are.
Samsung Together will delve into all of the above and more with a session featuring Michael Wallent, corporate vice president of management at Microsoft.
Although Samsung Together is open to all, registration is required. Reserve your spot today, and gain knowledge and best practices to modernize your workplace and further your success in 2023 and beyond. And invite your boss, colleagues and partner companies, too — together, we can all reap the benefits of realizing the full potential of mobile technology.