Why Unified communications is so strategic on the Trading floor and for Corporate investment Banking

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Unified communications sounds complicated. But in principle it is very simple. 
It is strategic for a trader to be able to switch seamlessly from one communication channel to another. 
This flexible and intuitive approach to unified communications makes it highly suitable for

Conference overview at Sibos

Speakers
Jean-Marc Lafond, C.O.O. Orange Business Services, Orange Business Services
Once a year, Sibos brings together the financial industry to create opportunities for individuals, organisations and the community as a whole. It is a unique forum to meet, discuss, learn, to do business and keep in touch with what is going on in the industry.
Nicolas Jacquey
Patrick Chambeau

 

Prior to joining Orange Business Services Trading Solutions i was board account director at advertising agency Lowe, providing strategic support and leading teams on accounts including MAIF insurance. While at Lowe i supported brands in their marketing and advertising development, helping them to meet their operational targets. I have also held senior communications positions at Adidas, Euro-RSCG, Publicis Conseil and Young & Rubicam and most recently headed up the Société Générale and Rugby World Cup 2007 account teams at Saatchi and Saatchi. 
In my role as Head of communication, I am responsible for the reputation of the company which hosts more than 1,300 customer sites and services 40,000 traders across 50 countries, 15 subsidiaries around the world that provide solutions dedicated to the financial community including voice trading solutions, trading community services, expertise and services. 
I am very keen on sport, particularly Running. I would love to run the NY marathon! In addition, I like to spend time with my lovely wife and my 3 children.