Our team and business continues to grow and expand globally, and that brings us to our latest event, the Cisco Live show in Melbourne Australia! That’s right.  Our team is preparing with the final details, plans and promotions that we will be shared at the upcoming event.  Beyond the education and inspiration that the conference provides for all attendees, it is an opportunity to build new relationships and strengthen existing ones with our channel partners and customers.

Cisco Live includes a diverse audience, from engineers and developers to the IT Managers and C level executives in the enterprise. The RAY ALLEN Team will be showcasing their expanded platform support and analytics for Digital Migration Transformation at the Melbourne Convention Center on March 7-10, 2017.  The innovative Digital Transformation Scorecard will provide clarity and control to the enterprise, from the initial IT install base true up and measurement, to consumption, management and tracking of hardware and software assets and their associated service contracts.  This enables the enterprise leaders and their Cisco Partner to direct this business intelligence towards the transformation path required to meet new IT functional and financial metrics.  The RAY ALLEN solutions clarify the action plans to drive the transformation through measurable impact.

We are all engaged in the global enterprises with new products, features and challenges for the lifecycle asset management. If you should be attending the show in Melbourne, please stop by and visit the RAY ALLEN leadership team in Booth 18.  This will enable you to learn more about business alignment and where IT asset utilization provides a measurement for IT agility in the broader organization of today and tomorrow.

 

-Todd

Todd Ringleman

Todd Ringleman

Founder, CEO at RAY • ALLEN INC
Todd Ringleman is Founder and CEO of RAY • ALLEN INC. Under Todd’s leadership, RAY • ALLEN INC has grown from a disruptive idea into a leading partner in the IT Asset Management and Recurring Revenue market.
Todd Ringleman