Are present processes slowing down your global product launches and campaigns? Do you have trouble ensuring global brand consistency across many markets and communication channels? Do you deliver a global customer experience that induces people to come back and encourages customer loyalty?
Join The Gilbane Group, SDL International and Interwoven to learn how Sun Microsystems used a global information management solution to deliver product information, support services, and java.com information in many languages to deliver an enhanced customer experience.
Date: 13th December, 2006
Time: 8:30 Pacific, 11:30 Eastern, 16:30 GMT, 17:30 Central Europe
Duration: 1 hour
There’s still time to add your voice to our survey on Content Globalization.
Thursday’s Content Globalization Workflows panel includes speakers from Idiom Technologies, LISA (Localization Industry Standards Association), LinguaLinx, and General Electric.
Topics to be covered include: globalization business drivers, the impact of market consolidation, achieving process management and project management, defining “unified globalization management,” and best practices. Hope to see you there!
There is a post over on our events blog listing the top questions from the survey we are conducting for the “Future of Content Management” debate on Wednesday morning at the conference this week. The full results so far are published here.
The survey on the list of questions for our keynote panel on Wednesday is still open, but we have published the results so far at: https://gilbane.com/gilbaneboston_keynote_survey.html.
There are a couple of different ways to calculate the most popular questions based on a combination of the “important”, “interesting” and “not interesting” ratings. You can look at the results and come to your own conclusions, but no matter how you do it the popular questions so far are:
- What are the top 3 technologies that must be considered in any content management strategies in the next 12-24 months?
- Are search ‘platforms’ going to replace CMSs as the primary user entrance to content repositories?
- How will Blog and Wiki tools be used in enterprise content applications? How are they being used today?
- What is the number one advantage, and the number one disadvantage of each of the approaches represented on the panel (ECM suite, CM application, infrastructure CM, hosted CM, open source CM)?
- Are there any breakthrough classification or metadata tagging technologies on the horizon that will significantly impact content management strategies?
- How is widespread adoption of RSS/Atom going to affect content delivery? And what does this mean to enterprise content management or publishing strategies?
- How will the new SharePoint Server’s CM capability affect the CM market?
You still have 2 days to cast your vote, and to get to Boston to hear the keynote panel (which is open to all) debate these and other questions.