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Webinar - Forrester Insights: Getting Back to the Future of Work

Watch featured guest, Forrester’s John Rymer and Jay Jamison, Quick Base CPTO unpacking the future of work in this on-demand webinar.

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Webinar Speakers

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Featured Guest John Rymer, Forrester VP & Principal Analyst

John leads Forrester's application development and delivery (AD&D) research on cloud platforms and low-code development platforms. John has been a leading expert on enterprise application development practices, technologies, and platforms for more than 20 years, and has been recognized by Forrester, who awarded him their prestigious Bill Bluestein Research Award.
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Jay Jamison, Quick Base Chief Product & Technology Officer

Jay Jamison is Chief Product & Technology Officer at Quick Base, leading the overall product strategy and roadmap. Jay has nearly two decades of experience in the technology industry with a focus on high-growth markets. Throughout his career, he has developed product strategies to meet the needs of organizations of all types — from small businesses to the world’s largest enterprises.

Adapting to the New Normal

Globally, COVID-19 has changed how businesses operate. Today, we are optimistic that there will be better treatments, eventually a vaccine, and that our lives will return to a state of normal. However, our professional lives may never be the same.

Across industries teams are migrating back to work: facilities are re-opening, capacity is increasing, and organizations are supporting greater numbers of remote employees.

From line-of-business employees to industry leaders, we're all concerned about getting quickly and safely back to work – but also what the future holds. Join us to learn how to quickly and safely get back to work, and prepare your organization for the year ahead.

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