Markham, Ontario Canada -- February 15, 2019 - Edgeworx Solutions Inc., Canada’s leading solutions integrator, announced today that it is an Executive sponsor of the Bell National Leadership Conference 2019.
For the second year in a row, the company has been asked to the invitation only event, featuring Bell’s most influential vendor partners. Edgeworx will be represented in booth 20 by company founders -- John McKerracher, Wilfried van Haeren, and Colin Hales, as well as Peter Fortune and partner specialists from Kentik and Fortinet.
“We are pleased to again have the opportunity to meet other vendor partners working with Bell who may make more complex solutions available to our client base. Being that we are a smaller company, it is significant to be included to meet with Bell Canada executives and team members. While we regularly work with Bell, the conference creates a space where we can engage face-to-face on pivotal topics including network visibility and security,” said President of Edgeworx, John McKerracher.
About Bell Leadership Conference
The Bell Network Leadership Conference brings together over 500 Network team members from across Canada, key players from other Bell business units, and vendor partners to share experiences & best practices. During the event, the brightest networking minds prepare together for the future transformation of Canadian and global communications. The event will be hosted by Bell’s Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Stephen Howe, who will be joined by his entire team of Network Vice Presidents.
When: February 19-21, 2019
Where: The Westin Harbour Castle, 1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6
About Edgeworx Solutions Inc.
Edgeworx Solutions Inc. is a leading solutions integrator, focused on network and
application performance based in Markham, Ontario Canada. With 20+ years of experience in the IT industry, Edgeworx assists customers in maximizing return on network infrastructure investments, identifying and eliminating potential IT security risks, avoiding the need for costly bandwidth upgrades, optimizing end-user performance, and improving the access and response time of enterprise and cloud-based business applications.
To learn more about how Edgeworx works to improve network management and the end-user experience, please visit edge-worx.com or edge-worx.com/blog, and follow @Edge_worx on Twitter.