ShoreTel's CEO Hosts Analyst Day Conference (Transcript)

ShoreTel, Inc. (SHOR)

Analyst Day Conference Call

March 14, 2012 04:00 pm ET


Tonya Chin - Director, IR

Peter Blackmore - CEO

Kevin Gavin - CMO

Dan Hoffman - CEO, M5

Pej Roshan - VP Mobility

Don Joos - VP, Global Services

Bill Schlough - CIO, San Francisco Giants

Matt Deringo - VP Business Systems, Brown and Caldwell

Martin Perry - VP Technology Ranstadt Professionals

Scott Chambers - COO Pacific Business Centers

Mike Healy - SVP & CFO

Rick Parkinson - CIO


Lynn Um - Barclays Capital

Sanjiv Wadhwani - Stifel Nicolaus

Steve O’Brien - JPMorgan

Jon Arnold - J Arnold & Associates

Ken Landoline - Current Analysis

Greg Burns - Sidoti and Co.


Tonya Chin

Hi everybody and welcome, we really appreciate you making the trip out in the rain. For those of you that I don't know I am Tonya Chin, Director of Investor Relations here at ShoreTel. Just have a few announcement and we'll get started. First if you're looking for restrooms, they are at the back and the front of this long corridor. Today we are doing two Q&A sessions. So the first Q&A session is meant for the first three speakers if you could and the second longer session will be for the rest of the content and of course anything else that you would like to talk about.

You have a survey on your desk, so please fill it out and help us do a better job next year and we will of course we are always trying to improve it and as a thank you we have a gift on your way out. So please go ahead and turn that in. And then lastly I do need to remind you that we will be making some forward-looking statements today that are covered by the Safe Harbor provision. Those statements do have risks and we refer you to our SEC documents for a full list of our risk worries factors. And with that I'm excited to bring Peter Blackmore President and CEO of ShoreTel.

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