Minimizing the Pain of Forced Service Migrations

Being forced to migrate your enterprise communications services can be a major headache.

As an end-user, you have been relying upon these same services for decades. Having to change when it is not your choice can bring about all sorts of issues. The pain spawned by service discontinuation calls to mind the five stages of grief:  Denial; Anger; Bargaining; Depression; and Acceptance. To be honest though, it's probably just more denial and anger than acceptance. In this whitepaper you'll learn that it doesn't have to be that way.

  •  Avoid the worst by trading passivity for action
  •  Plan and take charge instead of waiting for the axe to fall
  •  Learn how what seems like challenges can be turned into opportunities for a more competitive procurement

Download the complete report Minimizing the Pain of Forced Service Migrations, written by Hank Levine, partner with Levine, Blaszak, Block, and Boothby LLP and chairman of CCMI’s 22nd Annual Negotiate Enterprise Communications Deals Conference.

Minimizing the Pain of Forced Service Migrations