GSMA RCS Business Messaging Lab #17 London – Speakers’ Presentations
To download the speakers’ presentations and videos from the RCS Business Messaging Awareness Lab in London, please click here.
On 24 October 2018, the Future Networks Programme hosted the seventeenth GSMA RCS Business Messaging Lab in London with our sponsor Commify. High profile speakers from leading operators, aggregators, and technology partners provided key insights into the current global position of RCS, the business case for RCS, the use of chatbots, brand campaigns and much more.
Presentations from Deutsche Telekom, Esendex, GSMA, ITV, Samsung, Summit Tech, Virgin Trains, and Vodafone are now available for you to download. You can also access the videos that were shown from Boston Pizza, Express, Orange, Paris Saint-Germain and Subway to see how these brands are using RCS Business Messaging to transform their customer engagement.
To learn more about the GSMA RCS Business Messaging Lab series and to register your interest in an upcoming event please click here.
|Ramy Riad, Senior Product Manager
|RCS – The Big Picture & How 3C is enabling Brands to deliver RCS
|Geoff Love, CEO
|Welcome from Commify
|Petja Heimbach, Vice President
|Future Communication – a global platform for business-consumer communication
|Migrating your messaging strategy onto RCS
|RCS Business Messaging – A Rich New Channel for Brands
|Jill Cooper, Programme Marketing Director
|Welcome from GSMA
|Gavin Thomas, Future Networks Project Manager
|RCS Global Position
|Using RCS to build a better communications strategy
|Gavin Patterson, Chief Data Analyst
|RCS traffic & income forecasts
|Brent Newsome, CEO
|Reinventing the Messaging Experience
|Ron Nessim, Chief Process Officer
|The 5 Minute Chatbot
|John Sullivan, CIO
|Virgin Trains – Strategy and Vision
|Liz McCord, Principle Product Manager / Oscar Gallego, Global Head of Smart Communications & Security
|Vodafone RCS Messaging: A commerical Reality
* Please note, the presentation from 3Cinteractive, Google, Mobilesquared are not currently available to download.