CDW TECH TALK SERIES
Build a Competitive Advantage with Powerful New Technologies
Live Webcast | 1 p.m. CST on March 9, 2021
Customer expectations are always evolving. Companies must make sure the products and services that distinguish them from their competitors stay ahead of the curve.
Join us for Build a Competitive Advantage with Powerful New Technologies to learn how new solutions can help you keep your edge.
- Scott Stanton, Senior Director, Americas Enterprise Networking, Cisco
- David Chapman, Vice President of Sales, West Region, CDW
This live webcast is part of our broader conversation about meeting customer expectations and gives you real-time access to subject matter experts and fellow IT and business leaders in a way that stale, prerecorded webinars can’t hope to replicate.
- How do new wireless networking technologies such as Wi-Fi 6 and 5G enable new capabilities that impact the customer experience?
- What important use cases are we going to see for these new networking standards?
- What impact are these new technologies having in the real world?
- How do platforms that enable orchestration and automation support new products and services for customers?
Scott Stanton currently serves as senior director of Americas Enterprise Networking Sales.He leads the Americas EN Specialist team, and works with the Cisco product teams, partners and field sales organization, to drive customer success through use of Cisco solutions for switching, routing, wireless and DNA software. He is involved in product and go-to-market strategy, Cisco field and partner enablement, and creation of new offers. He has a focus on the healthcare provider vertical, digitization and network automation.
Prior to this role, Stanton was a director and region manager for wireless and security. Before that, he was aireless specialist for five years, focused on large enterprise customers. Stanton has spent his entire career in the IT field in a variety of sales and leadership roles.
David Chapman is vice president of the West region for CDW’s corporate business. In this role, Chapman is responsible for the performance goals, strategic direction, business initiatives and talent development for the West. With over 20 years of experience, Chapman began his CDW journey in 1999 as an account manager and since that time has held various roles of increasing responsibility across CDW’s corporate, public sector and international customer end markets.
Most recently, following the acquisition of Kelway, Chapman relocated to the United Kingdom and was appointed vice president of sales for CDW UK in 2016, with responsibility for CDW’s sales force outside of North America. Chapman is a graduate of Indiana University Kelley School of Business, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing.