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LinkedIn Live: Field service trends in cabling

April 24, 2023


With billions of connected devices and expectation for seamless customer experience, the cabling category is experiencing a surge in demand – from retail to QSR to networking and security. Service leaders want to know the best route forward. Based on billions of data points, the intel you need to accelerate growth has arrived.

Our EVP of Strategy, Wael Mohammed, recently went live on LinkedIn to talk about macro field services trends, how the cabling category is transforming the industry, and answer viewer questions. Watch his live stream and get the insight you need to deliver a successful 2023.

CLICK HERE to watch the LinkedIn Live Event.


Wael Mohammed

Wael Mohammed has been in the technology industry for three decades. He has held leadership roles in startups and large enterprises, including SPS Commerce, IBM, and Target. Wael is currently the Executive Vice President of Product Management & Strategy at Field Nation, and oversees strategy, product management, product design, and data science. He is a master in identifying product and market growth opportunities, taking new products to market, and maximizing product performance.


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