Cisco’s Global Sales Conference 2017

Aug 31, 2017

A massive audience for ngena at Cisco’s Global Sales Conference 2017

The Cisco Global Sales Conference (Cisco GSX) took place last week (21.-23. August 2017) in Las Vegas and ngena Managing Director Marcus Hacke was right in the heart of it. Marcus had the honor to present our platform to the entire 4.500 Cisco EMEAR salesforce along with Edwin Paalvast, SVP Cisco EMEAR. Both were demonstrating the unique partnership of Cisco and ngena that brings leading edge SD WAN services in a flexible and fully automated approach to business customers leveraging the full stack of Cisco technology and the speciel business modell of ngena.

ngena MD Marcus Hacke on stage at the Cisco Global Sales Conference (Cisco GSX)

ngena MD Marcus Hacke on stage at the Cisco Global Sales Conference (Cisco GSX)

Marcus commented: “To present the ngena solution in front of so many people was a real special moment for me. After two years of dedication and passion to bring our idea to life, I was so proud to finally be able to tell the Cisco audience, that our platform build on their technology is now ready to be sold. And the feedback our solution received, was really overwhelming. Everyone liked the idea of a true global SD WAN being deliverd on a highly flerxible and automated platform – a true cloud service.”

You can watch some videos and pictures, that have been published by attendees on Twitter here:

The author

Jörg Wassink

From August 2017 until June 2019, Jörg was the Head of Marketing at Frankfurt-based telecommunications start-up ngena, the ‘Next Generation Enterprise Network Alliance’, where he is responsible for building a global brand for the international telco alliance. Before joining ngena, he worked as Head of Communications Central Europe at British Cloud software vendor Sage Group plc for more than 10 years. From 2004 to 2007 he acted as Director Internal & External Communications at British telco operator COLT Telecom. Jörg, who holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy and Comparative Literature, started his career as a journalist for the German IT-business magazine iCONOMY. 

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