Program Participant

Program Participant

Volodymyr Chornodolsky

Account Executive, Mapcom Systems
USA

Volodymyr Chornodolsky is an Account Executive at Mapcom Systems. Building on a successful portfolio of telecom software sales across the country, Volodymyr now works to develop an International Channel Partnership network as well as direct sales around the globe. Understanding that every communications service provider is unique and providing a vision for long-term partnership with Mapcom is a key focus for him. 

He has represented Mapcom at trade-shows, associations and conferences throughout the country sharing their vision and listening to the needs of telecommunication companies, municipalities and universities. This will be his second time representing Mapcom at the PTC in Hawaii. Prior to joining the Mapcom team, Volodymyr worked in the food service distribution and finance industries.

Volodymyr holds a BA in Political Science from The Catholic University of America.  He is an avid outdoors-man who loves to ski, cycle and hike.

You can find Volodymyr Chornodolsky in:

Industry Briefings 1
Sunday, 15 January 2017
11.00–12.30

Proceedings:

Reach New Heights With the P3P Mindset

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Abstract

The priorities of any service provider, big or small, should always come down to three key ingredients: plant, people and processes, or the P3P mindset.

  1. It’s up to rural telecoms to stay current on national technological trends. The plant available needs to be maintained, updated and managed with the utmost diligence.
  2. The focus on people is two-fold, but the first priority is to get the right people on your team. The second priority is to remember that the point of your company, at its very core, is to change the daily lives of your customers. With the right people on board and a focus on the people you are serving, you can guarantee a happy ending.

  3. The processes you implement need to streamline workflows and decrease wasted resources. From internal operations to CSRs managing customer needs, the solution is common data and open communication. With the P3P mindset, any organization can reach new heights.
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