Phone.com Brings Multifaceted Presence to the 2019 Propelify Innovation Festival
Leading provider of agile business telephony and collaboration services reinforces support for New Jersey’s Innovation Economy as festival sponsor and exhibitor
Ari Rabban, Phone.com CEO and NJTC board member, to join domain experts fromGoogle, Verizon and Indicative for executive panel on building a data-driven business
Phone.com, the foremost innovator in agile, cloud-based unified communications and collaboration services for small business, today announced that CEO, Ari Rabban will join venture capital, technology, marketing and government leaders as a speaker at the 2019 Propelify Innovation Festival, taking place October 3, 2019, at Hoboken Pier A Park, in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Headquartered in Newark, NJ, Phone.com is a fixture in the state’s thriving technology ecosystem. Rabban, a longstanding supporter of economic development in New Jersey, serves on the board of directors for Propelify host, the New Jersey Technology Council, as well as the Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Often referred to as the SXSW of the east, Propelify shines a major spotlight on New Jersey’s thriving technology sector.
“Propelify offers an amazing, diverse experience to entrepreneurs, tech innovators, investors and consumers,” said Ari Rabban. “I am honored to accept the invitation to speak at Propelify and proud to have Phone.com support an event that fosters innovation and growth across New Jersey.”
Rabban is recognized worldwide as one of the earliest and most effective advocates for voice-over-IP. His technical acumen and track record as a successful entrepreneur will provide attendees with a fresh, unique and informed perspective on the many opportunities to harness the full power of data.
“Access to business intelligence that is based on credible, current data is critical to understanding marketplace fluctuations, customer experience and internal operations,” added Rabban. “When executives make decisions based on bad or outdated information, they are unknowingly gambling with the life of their business.”