Tim Young and Alana Grelyak
Here in North America, the leaves are changing colors, the pumpkin patches are hanging their signs, and the evenings are starting to cool. That must mean that it's time, again, for the TM Forum's Americas show: Management World Orlando.
This show sports a change of venue, but promises to bring back to the table some of the same interesting conversation and exploration that we have come to expect from Management World events. We'll have a full post-show review in our December issue but wanted to take a look now at what we can expect from the event.
We asked a few of the exhibiting companies what they thought of some of the changes we're seeing in Management World, and here's what they had to say:
Pipeline: What do you think of the venue change from Dallas to Orlando?
Intec: If the attendance statistics released to date by TM Forum are accurate, the venue change appears to be very positive. I expect that locating the event in Florida should improve attendance from Central and South America.
Conceptwave: We hope that the venue change will increase the participation from the NA and CALA region. ConceptWave solutions are in production with several incumbent CSPs in CALA.
NetCracker: The venue change is a very positive development. As Management World grows and attracts participants from South America, Orlando's location and modern facilities will contribute to making the event even more successful.
Pipeline: What made last year's Management World Americas show effective?