||Video Drives Cost Savings & Efficiency for the Enterprise
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 02:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT
Video is increasingly used in the enterprise to drive value and increase productivity. From increasing the time your customers spend on your website to encouraging employee involvement – video is seen as a tool that enterprises invest in to increase revenue. Now forward-looking businesses are also using video to cut their organization’s long-run costs. Which enterprises have already implemented strategic video plans, and how efficient are these efforts?
Join us as experts from Kaltura and Coldwell Banker discuss the many options to use video as a tool to increase savings and efficiency, both externally with your customers, and internally among your employees. In this session we will share industry best practices, innovative case studies, and allow time for your questions to be answered.
VP of Learning
David Birnbaum is the Vice President of Learning at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. David directs all of Coldwell Banker University’s global learning strategy and initiatives. The university’s mission is to increase sales production and office operational efficiency through skill-based, measured training. Coldwell Banker University is a 2010 recipient of a Josh Bersin training excellence award, a Brandon Hall gold award, and the Training Magazine Top-125.
Prior to joining Coldwell Banker in 2006, David directed the department at AT&T that developed all their corporate training web portals and eLearning courses. Earlier in his career David was a computer scientist at NYU Biofeedback Labs, AT&T Bell Laboratories Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research, and AT&T eCommerce systems.
David earned a BS from CUNY and an MS from The Courant Institute of Mathematics at NYU. Outside of work he is an occasional creative writer. His essays have been published in The New York Times Magazine, The New York Press, and a widely used college textbook on writing. David grew up in Brooklyn, NY and currently lives with his wife in Montclair, NJ.
President and Co-Founder
Work: Michal is an experienced entrepreneur with many years of knowledge of technology startup work. Michal co-founded Cyota and was part of its management team from its inception up until its acquisition by RSA Security, Inc (NASDAQ: RSAS) for $145M (US) in 2005 (RSA was subsequently acquired by EMC Inc (NYSE: EMC)).
Fun: Michal was a competitive swimmer, and tri-athlete, she loves hiking and is the mom of Yonatan and Yulie.
More: Michal holds a doctoral degree in application of game theoretic models to law from New York University, and was a post-doctoral fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project where her research focused on Open Source, Memetics, and evolutionary game-theory. Michal also clerked at the supreme court of Israel.
VP of Strategic Development
Work: Leah is an experienced entrepreneur, executive, & internet strategist. Prior to Kaltura she worked at the World Bank and in China as the VP of Strategy and Product Dev. at Noank Media, a spin-off of the Berkman Center at Harvard.
Fun: Leah is a former filmmaker and loves spending time with friends who are similarly focused on technology & social change. She also spends many a late night considering the next great leap for the Kaltura platform and community.
More: Leah completed her JD at Yale Law School and BA at Brown University. She is currently a fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School where she studies online collaboration, technology policy, and is one of the leaders of the Open Video Alliance. * Not yet admitted to the NY Bar.
Web Editor, TMC
Chris DiMarco is a Web Editor for TMCnet. He holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University. Prior to joining TMC Chris worked with e-commerce provider Suresource as a contact center representative and development analyst.