Beth English
Beth English
Principal and Consultant
EE and Associates, LLC

Elizabeth (Beth) English is the founder and lead consultant of EE and Associates, LLC. She brings more than 30 years of domestic and international experience, an emphasis on emerging technologies, and a solid underpinning in legacy technologies. She has a deep understanding of the current upheaval in technology, the shift from tactile to virtual, digital transformation, and the focus on information rather than objects as a primary resource. Beth brings the transformative thinking required to address the ubiquitous connectivity of today’s world. She is committed to helping clients improve their short-term results while implementing long-term strategies leading to transformational success, leveraging skills in technology and interpersonal communications to empower change.

Beth's clients hail from a variety of industries, including high tech, healthcare, government, education, utilities, commercial real estate, and agriculture, in business-to-business and business-to-consumer environments. She holds two Master's Degrees, one in Telecommunications and the other in Project Management, and has a background in both network design and PBX engineering, all of which enable her to offer services in a broad range of disciplines. Beth is a recognized expert in managing complex, multi-location projects, demonstrating ongoing success in creating and leading cross-functional teams.

She is a member of the Society of Communications Technology Consultants International, having served as Past President, as well as serving as a Board Member of the Global Consultant-Alliance. She is a mom and active member of her local community.

My Sessions
Networks Modernisation and Security - SDWAN…Should it be on Your Company’s Roadmap?
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Presentation Networks Modernisation and Security Theatre
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Contact Center of the future…or today?
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Presentation CCX Keynote
Omnichannel Panel - Your guide to the omnichannnel contact centre
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Panel discussion CCX Keynote
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