The aim of the presentation is to give an overview of the growing and dynamic market for cloud communications.

BT Wholesale have partnered with Cavell to deliver a whitepaper that explores the increasing demand for cloud-based communication systems in the UK. This is critical as the country moves closer to the PSTN/ISDN switch-off, in which legacy systems need to be replaced with IP telephony by 2025.

The discussion predicts future trends and growth opportunities in the wake of Covid-19. Speakers will reflect on key drivers changing the communications landscape particularly the demand for collaboration solutions. With a final view on the potential benefits of digital communication services and key considerations for all service providers.
Wed, Apr 14, 2021 · 3:00 PM London (GMT +1:00)
Dom Black
Director, Research Services - Cavell Group
Dom has worked in the telecoms and technology sectors for his entire career. He is undoubtedly one of the world’s leading analysts in Cloud Communications and he continues to generate 20+ reports per annum in his research sectors. Dom has built a strong global reputation as an insightful speaker with profound market knowledge, making him an in-demand presenter at events around the world. His focus at Cavell is to ensure that our research output and reports are focused on insights that are actionable, not just theoretical, so that our clients can take practical steps to improve their performance in the market.
Dominic Martini
Head of Product Management - BT Enterprise
Dominic Martini is Head of Product Management at BT Enterprise where he is responsible for the Voice and Collaboration portfolio. With more than 14 years’ product management experience and 20+ years in telecoms overall, he has worked across the full spectrum of business communications; from traditional on-premise PBX solutions, through to cloud-based Hosted UC and SIP offerings. His genuine passion for delivering solutions that drive business value has seen his focus turn to helping companies transition to an all-IP future.
Charlotte Hathway
Editor - Comms Business