April 23, 2014
One of the hottest topics at IBM Connect 2014 was the introduction of IBM Mail Next, announced during the opening general session. IBM Mail Next will help you Focus on, Find and Take Control of your mail-based actions and priorities. Join Kramer Reeves, Director - Messaging & Collaboration Solutions, IBM Software Group, Scott Souder, Program Director and Sr. Product Manager responsible for IBM Mail Next, along with members of the Mail Next team to learn about the design advancements since January and see the plan for releasing IBM Mail Next to market.
- How IBM Mail Next is designed to provide productivity boosts for your organization
- About the latest design concepts and user experience
- What the future holds for packaging and delivery of IBM Mail Next
- How you can begin your journey to IBM Mail Next today with iNotes + Notes Browser Plug-in
Watch this webcast to learn how you and your organization will be able to reap the benefits of IBM Mail Next!
|Kramer Reeves has over 15 years’ experience in the enterprise software industry, 11 of which at IBM. He is currently Director of Product Management for Collaboration Solutions inside IBM Software Group. In this role, Kramer leads a world-wide team and overall business responsibilities for key product lines including IBM's messaging and collaboration solutions; unified communications software; and the workforce productivity portfolio.|
|Scott Souder is the Program Director and Sr. Product Manager for Messaging and Collaboration Solutions at IBM, where he is responsible for IBM Notes and Domino, iNotes, IBM Connections Mail, Mail Next and several other emerging and cloud-based technologies. In addition to being a member of the original Notes team, Scott has held numerous positions across a variety of product-related organizations. Scott's focus is on extending and growing the success of these solutions through customer engagement and partner ecosystem development by harnessing the breadth and depth of the IBM organization. In his spare time, Scott enjoys family, flying airplanes, skiing and playing the 5-string banjo.|