The Autonomous Enterprise: Roundtable featuring Masergy, Avant, Telarus, PlanetOne

Posted on June 15, 2021

Artificial intelligence is transforming work as we know it. The autonomous enterprise is a self-driving business that has applied AI and automation to the problems of operations and management. There are several real-life use cases where AI is truly automating the enterprise. These AI technologies are here today and the key is to align AI to your top business objectives and know which data streams coincide.

According to Gartner, “Organizations that automate more than 70% of their network change activities will reduce the number of outages by at least 50% and deliver services to their business constituents 50% faster.”

Watch this roundtable session to gain an appreciation for the art of what’s possible today in AI technologies and how they can enhance your strategic objectives – be it winning new IT clients or improving business outcomes. You’ll walk away with practical tips for how to leverage AI technologies and apply them to today’s challenges.

Roundtable hosted by: Chris MacFarland, CEO, Masergy

  • Chris Werpy, COO, Planet One
  • Adam Edwards, CEO, Telarus
  • Ian Kieninger, CEO, Avant

Channel Partners Virtual 2021


Channel Partners Virtual 2021

Visit Masergy at Channel Partners Virtual, meet with the team, and join us for a luminary roundtable “The Autonomous Enterprise” led by Masergy’s CEO, Chris MacFarland, at 12:40 pm EST on Tuesday, March 2nd. He’ll lead a discussion on use cases for applying AI technologies, and its future, with leaders from Avant, PlanetOne, and Telarus.

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Chris MacFarland

Chris MacFarland joined Masergy in 2008 and was quickly promoted to CEO. Prior to joining Masergy, Chris served in executive positions at BroadSoft, McLeodUSA, Allegiance Telecom, Verio, OnRamp, CompuNet and Compu-Tek International. He currently serves on the board of directors for iTopia. Chris is passionate about community service and has championed numerous charitable and outreach programs. He attended the University of Texas at Arlington where he majored in Computer Science and Engineering.

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