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Day Software

Day Software was an enterprise content management software company headquartered in Basel, Switzerland and Boston, Massachusetts. Day Software was founded in 1993 in Basel, Switzerland. Day creates content management infrastructure software in the Day CRX product line and enterprise content management applications in the Day Communiqué product line. Day was acquired by Adobe in 2010.

Content repository API for Java

Content Repository API for Java (JCR) is a specification for a Java platform application programming interface (API) to access content repositories in a uniform manner. The content repositories are used in content management systems to keep the content data and also the metadata used in content management systems (CMS) such as versioning metadata. The specification was developed under the Java Community Process as JSR-170 (Version 1). and as JSR-283 (version 2).

content management system

Content management, or CM, is the set of processes and technologies that support the collection, managing, and publishing of information in any form or medium. When stored and accessed via computers, this information has come to be referred to, simply, as content or, to be precise, digital content. Digital content may take the form of text, multimedia files (such as audio or video files), or any other file type that follows a content lifecycle requiring management.

There are many types of content management systems (CMS) that include a wide variety of functions in addition to content management. Categories of content management systems include Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Web Content Management (WCM), and Digital Asset Managment (DAM). 

Most CMSs are currently marketed as “Digital Experience Management” (DEM or DXM), and “Customer Experience Management” (CEM or CXM) systems or platforms, and may include additional marketing technology functions.

How to make a business case for voice and chatbot experiences

Gilbane’s Digital Experience Conference

Washington DC April 28 – 29, Workshops May 1

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For all the promise of voice and chatbot applications, widespread adoption has been limited to fairly simple use cases, and even then getting the usability and appropriate scale right is a learning experience. This shouldn’t be surprising given the dependence on natural language processing. Nonetheless, the potential for well-designed voice and chatbot experiences is large. Erin Abler can help you understand why some organizations have been successful, and how you can get started with a business case. 

B205. Making the business case for voice and chatbot experiences

Conversational voice and chatbot experiences are rapidly becoming the new norm in our houses, cars, and even some workplaces. Getting your news, weather, and driving directions is now as easy as asking for them aloud. But if you’re wondering what the business case is, you’re not alone. For many product owners, strategists, and marketers, it’s still hard to envision a viable way to get started. We work with clients every day who’ve taken on this exact challenge and found success. Through real-world examples, this presentation will show you how to identify and pursue the right opportunity for your next conversational design project. We’ll cover why people choose conversational interactions over other digital experiences, how to uncover legitimate use cases for your business, and how to avoid common stumbling blocks in the design and development process. You’ll walk away knowing how to identify a compelling conversational experience for your brand, and be ready to navigate the challenges and opportunities of working with emerging conversational interfaces.

Tuesday, April 30: 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Erin Abler

Erin Abler
Principal Conversational Designer
Mobiquity

 

 

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Learn how to create connected experiences

Gilbane’s Digital Experience Conference

Washington DC April 28 – 29, Workshops May 1

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Connections are core to digital experience initiatives at every level. At the top, your organization needs connections with customers that are genuine, consistent, on-target, and fast. Delivering this requires that connections with partners, and employees, have similar qualities and smooth supporting processes. And technology systems also need to be connected in ways that enhance the experiences of each of your audiences. Jeff Cram will help you get a handle on how all this connects!

A106. Creating Connected Experiences

Stop acquiring more marketing technology and start better connecting it to your digital customer experiences. This session helps you realize the full potential of your existing martech investment by better aligning it to your customer experience strategy and digital execution. Drawing from decades of experience leading complex, digital experience initiatives, Cram and team share practical frameworks and models to find and fix the cracks in your digital customer experience and better connect your marketing technology to support the customer journey.

Monday, April 29: 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Jeff Cram

Jeff Cram
Chief Strategy Officer and Co-founder
Connective DX

 

 

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Gilbane Conferences have been providing content, computing, and digital experience professionals with trusted content since 2002.

How to deliver digital excellence with global compliance & integrity

Gilbane’s Digital Experience Conference

Washington DC April 28 – 29, Workshops May 1

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It hasn’t always been easy for governance and compliance issues to get the attention they need in organizations. This has been especially true with regard to digital content. In today’s global environment they are not something that can be easily ignored. Also, businesses are realizing that governance is not just about legal protection. There are customer experience, brand, market reach, and operational benefits as well. Join expert Kristina Podnar to learn more…

B106. Delivering digital excellence with global compliance & integrity

Faced with complex multi-site, multi-language, multi-channel digital presences, many organizations struggle to provide exceptional digital customer experiences, especially those on a large, distributed digital team. With the growing number of compliance requirements and international regulations, can you successfully deliver a digital strategy with repeatability and integrity? This talk defines policies and standards that can be leveraged throughout the enterprise for digital success—whether that is a website redesign, technology re-platform or implementation of mobile applications and social software.

Monday, April 29: 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Kristina Podnar

Kristina Podnar
Digital Policy Consultant, NativeTrust Consulting LLC

 

 

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How do you “do” personalized experiences?

Gilbane’s Digital Experience Conference

Washington DC April 28 – 29, Workshops May 1

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Personalization is hard, and not getting it right isn’t an option — we’ve all experienced what that can look like. Colin Eagan provides a road map — what an “experience designer” needs to do throughout the process from technology selection through to iterative improvement. 

B104. Designing Personalized Experiences 

It’s now estimated that some 45% of organizations have attempted to personalize their own homepage in some way — but fewer than a third think it’s actually “working.” If that scares you, you’re not alone: As personalization technology races from niche to mainstream, the design community is racing to catch up. It’s time for a UX intervention. This highly practical talk focuses on the role of experience designer in influencing user-centered personalization design, including technology selection, user data models, and, of course, wireframes. Specifically, it covers what the well-versed designer should know about the latest personalization technology; what to do when you get a request to “do personalization” (either at your organization or your clients’); how to fit personalized user content into a larger information design system; how to use your role in UX to influence technical product selection; grow to translate actual user needs into a real-time user data model (“living personas”); wireframe-level guidelines for introducing personalized components in web and email; and creating a measurement framework based on “quick-wins” and iterative improvement.

Monday, April 29: 2:15 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.


Colin Eagan

Colin Eagan
Principal, User Experience Design, ICF NEXT

 

 

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Integration of open source and proprietary technologies — a case study

Gilbane’s Digital Experience Conference

Washington DC April 28 – 29, Workshops May 1

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Technology and operational integration remain the most difficult and costly implementation issues for digital experience and digital transformation initiatives. Understanding the integration technologies and practices most critical for your project is a requirement for success. Integrating open source and proprietary technologies can save cost, but what’s involved? Does open source add additional challenges? Veteran Joe Bachana describes a current project integrating a mix of five different systems. This is bound to be interesting!

A201. Case study in integration of open source with proprietary technologies for AGBU, a global not-for-profit 

In this talk, Joe Bachana presents how open source technologies such as Drupal (CMS), Entermedia (DAM), OpenKM (records management), and CiviCRM (CRM) are being implemented with an Intacct Accounting System for the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU). The resulting system manages the entire customer relationship, from inception through to management of donations and membership activities.

Tuesday, April 30: 10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Joe Bachana

 

Joseph Bachana
President, DPCI

 

 

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Gilbane Conferences have been providing content, computing, and digital experience professionals with trusted content since 2002.

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