Join a discussion about how innovations in technology can help you save money for your business in ways you may never have imagined
About this Event
At Connecticut Technology Council, we're constantly trying to ensure that tech companies have the resources they need to grow and thrive. Sometimes, cost savings that can help your company to achieve success can be found in places you probably don't even think to look. We're going to have a conversation with two of our member companies who happen to specialize in exactly how you can unlock those savings.
How closely do you look at your phone bill? Do you even know what a stationary fuel cell is?
Industry research shows that, of the total amount companies spend on telecom, 14 to 17 percent is routinely wasted due to inaccuracies. But who has time to review potentially tens of thousands of line items in their billing to get to the bottom of it? IQ Telecom has developed highly intelligent tools to take care of that problem.
Did you know the first fuel cells were invented in 1838? We're obviously using them a lot differently these days. FuelCell Energy is a global leader in helping companies use this technology to not only create a reliable and sustainable energy infrastructure, but also achieve valuable savings in their operational costs.
John is a tech leader and entrepreneur with a history of delivering innovative products and exceptional customer service. His specialty is developing and implementing technology solutions with a focus on user experience. Before being named Chief Operating Officer at IQT, John served as Head of Product and COO for CÜR Media.
Director, Business Development
FuelCell Energy, Inc.
Michael has over 25 years of energy industry experience, working with clients to achieve better value through technology. Michael has spent time with GE Industrial & Power Systems, Honeywell Process Solutions and Emerson Power and Water Solutions in various business development roles. Michael holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an M.B.A. from Villanova University. He is also an AEE Certified Energy Manager (C.E.M.) and an AEE Distributed Generation Certified Professional (D.G.C.P.).