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  1. Vendor Presentations: Guidelines Sara Schleutker, Qualcomm IRT Vendor Liaison

  2. Vendor Presentations = Value Add • Vendors contribute solutions, ideas and lead the path to possibilities • Vendor presentations are needed to share expertise, guidance, insight and opportunities to the IRT membership • Vendor presentations justify attendance and sponsorship • Thank you to our Vendor Community

  3. Guidelines for Vendor Presentations • Presentation should: • relate to the meeting theme and/or consistent with topic request • address a CDMA roaming industry issue, pain point or ecosystem problem • include a best practices solution that is available to all carriers • i.e. Based on standards, recognized organization or is widely deployed • be available for the CDG to post to their meetings page, no proprietary information • be thought provoking to both business and engineering professionals • Presentation can: • choose to use own temple or standard meeting template (as provided at least 6 weeks before the meeting) • include company logos • make mention of products/services so long as they relate to the topic, are not the main focus of the presentation and are available to all carriers • encourage members to meet with the company after the presentation to hear more about specific company information such as product/service offerings • Presentation should not: • include any type of pricing information • be solely focused on selling products or services (i.e. No sales presentations such as company information, market share, office locations, sales contacts, etc) • compare and contrast competitor products • provide biased information/messaging • provide inaccurate information 

  4. Vendor Presentation Submission Process • A call for contributions will be distributed to the vendor list along with key dates • Contribution close date • Journal submission close date • Skeleton presentation close date • Final presentation close date • Vendors provide presentation topicand descriptive bullets to the leads team roaming@cdg.org • Leads will review on monthly call. • The vendor liaison will responded back to each submitting vendor after the call • Leads team typically approves all vendor presentations related to the meeting theme • When the vendor accepts the time slot , the vendor then agrees to submit final presentations by the due date. • Presentation content will be reviewed by the leads team. • Feedback/Comments/suggestions/approval will be provided as presentation confirmation • Late submissions may result in time slot bump or may not be considered • Leads team reserves the right to edit or delete inappropriate content