Toshiba Empowers the Art of Business at Lead 2018
Toshiba America Business Solutions and Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions are teaming up to empower its business partners during LEAD (Learn, Engage, Act and Deliver) 2018 Sept. 5 and 6 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.
LEAD 2018’s theme of Empowering the Art of Business, celebrates the notion that each company is a unique collection of people, ideas, language, culture and brand. This concept epitomizes Toshiba’s collective belief that every client is unique. Their work is their art, their employees the artist.
More than 1,600 LEAD 2018 attendees – comprised of customers, resellers and technology partners as well as industry media and analysts – will receive a first glance at Toshiba’s 13 just-introduced e-STUDIO™ multifunction printers (MFPs).
The seven color and six monochrome additions to Toshiba’s award-winning e-STUDIO multifunction printer (MFP) line deliver up to 50 pages-per-minute to tackle the print, document management and workflow applications today’s organizations demand.
Toshiba’s new products all incorporate Elevate™, the company’s customizable user interface (UI) enabling clients to enjoy a completely custom-tailored experience supporting each customer’s unique requirements. Elevate enhances an organization’s overall efficiency and productivity by enabling document workflows and common tasks at the push of a button.
The event’s 35 information-jammed educational sessions are tailored to help resellers increase profits while assisting organizations operate more efficiently, effectively and affordably. Attendees are also welcome to listen to LEAD 2018 keynote speaker and New York Times bestselling author, Shawn Achor, who will discuss the connection between happiness and success. Other noted speakers include Keith Kmetz, program vice president of imaging, printing and document solutions, IDC and Judy Spitz, founding program director, Initiative for Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York.
“Our team is excited to host an event where key decision makers and industry leaders converge to collaborate, plan and prepare our resellers, customers and business partners for success,” said Bill Melo, Chief Marketing Executive of Toshiba America Business Solutions and Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions. “Beyond the informative sessions on trending topics on office printing, document workflow, digital signage and retail commerce technology, our resellers and customers are encouraged to personally review our latest product innovations.”
While this is the eighth LEAD, this year marks the third time that Toshiba America Business Solutions and Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions have combined to host the event. Five of Toshiba’s previous six LEAD events have been recognized with Stevie Awards, the world’s top honor for customer service, contact center, business development and sales professionals.