VERINT ENGAGE18: HOLDING TRUE TO THE “SHAKE HANDS” TRADITION
Engage 18: On The Inside
Shaking hands might be one of the universal acts of the human experience that, for some, appears to have faded off into “things old folks” did back in the day.
The tradition of shaking hands has roots that date back to the 5th century B.C. and was once considered a symbol of peace during wartime.
Shaking hands is a simple gesture that brings two individuals together and allows collaboration, listening, learning and connecting to occur.
You’re probably wondering how shaking hands is related to the Verint Engage18: Global Customer Conference being held May 14 -17, in Dallas, Texas. It’s simple, really. At Engage 18, more than 1,200 attendees will have the opportunity to collaborate, listen, learn and connect at more than 70 different conference sessions.
So attendees will, in fact, shake hands.
Each attendee will have the opportunity to shake hands with the worldwide Verint community that includes some of the brightest minds in the industry. Visionaries who inspire, and practitioners who achieve. Amazing stories will be shared. Bold ideas will be catalysts for future product innovation and transformation.
All of this from a simple tradition called a handshake.
For more information on the Verint Engage18: Global Customer Conference, click here.