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Toshiba announces inaugural LEAD 2010 seminars

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Irvine, Calif – Toshiba America Business Solutions (TABS) is launching an entirely new series of interactive hands-on workshops designed to provide office technology dealers with structure, product knowledge, and tools to help them succeed in selling and implementing Managed Print and Professional Services. The first-ever seminar series of its kind offered by Toshiba, LEAD 2010, is a free two-day conference that will be held at four convenient locations nationwide this summer, including Washington, D.C. (June 15-16), Dallas (June 22-23), Irvine, Calif. (July 14 and 15), and Chicago (July 19 and 20).

The conference has been designed for three professional tracks including: sales, service and consulting. Anyone who is implementing or merely beginning to develop a Managed Print Services (MPS) program is encouraged to attend. Participation in the seminars is free and there is no limit to the number of people per dealership who can attend. Speakers will include MPS experts from Toshiba, HP, Lexmark and Strategy Development. There also will be a networking reception on the first night of each city's conference.

"Since Toshiba developed the first MPS program seven years ago, global economics and the industry have experienced dramatic changes. As a result, the demand for Managed Print Services has skyrocketed and what was once a program experiencing gradual dealer adoption has quickly become an integral and necessary element of their business," said Bill Melo, vice president, Marketing and Enterprise Services and Solutions, TABS.  "As one of the MPS pioneers, our goal is to help our dealer professionals learn everything from best practices for building a sales team, to performing Encompass Security Vulnerability Assessments and addressing customer security needs, to addressing each customer's unique sustainability requirements and delivering an accurate Encompass Green Report identifying opportunities for reducing a company's carbon footprint and saving costs."

LEAD 2010 Registration
LEAD 2010 will include speaker presentations as well as activities with problem solving and role playing. There is no cost to register and no limit to the number of people per dealership who can attend.

 

 

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