Managed Services Solutions Summit 2017 announced


IT Europa and Angel Business Communications has announced the launch of a new event – the Managed Services Solutions Summit 2017.

The event is designed to help executives of enterprises, organisations and public sector bodies navigate the managed services maze and get the most out of managed services-based solutions. It builds on the seven-year history of highly successful UK and European Managed Services and Hosting Summit series of channel events.

The rapid growth in managed services and provision of IT as a service is changing the way customers wish to purchase, consume and pay for their IT solutions but evaluating and selecting which services are best suited to particular business needs creates its own challenges. The Managed Services Solutions Summit 2017 is an executive-level conference which will set out to demystify both the new technologies and the new delivery mechanisms and business models.

The event will feature conference session presentations by major industry speakers and a range of breakout sessions exploring in further detail some of the major issues impacting the development of managed services. The summit will also provide extensive networking time for delegates to meet with potential business partners. The unique mix of high-level presentations plus the ability to meet, discuss and debate the related business issues with sponsors and peers across the industry, will make this a must-attend event for any senior decision maker involved in buying information and communication technologies and services.

The Managed Services Solutions Summit 2017 will be staged in London on 22 November 201. The event is free to attend for qualifying delegates (senior managers and executives of businesses and public sector organisations). Those wishing to attend the event or IT hardware or software vendors, hosting providers, data centre co-location providers, ISVs and any other organisations involved in services delivered to end-users can find further information at:

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