NetReach’s Stephen Bouikidis on expert panel at CM Pros Fall Summit 2007
NetReach’s Stephen Bouikidis on Expert Panel at CM Pros Fall Summit 2007.
AMBLER, PA – September 14, 2007-- Stephen Bouikidis, Executive VP of NetReach has been invited to participate in a panel discussion among leaders of web content management software and service providers entitled “Industry Perspectives: Web Content Management Trends" at the CM Pros Fall 2007 Summit on Content Management, November 26th in Boston, MA. The goal of the panel discussion is to provide the audience of content management professionals insight and advice that will help them perform their jobs better and address the most pressing issues associated with the practice of managing web content. Moderator Mary Laplante, VP of Marketing for the Gilbane Group, an analyst and consulting firm that provides education, advice, and market expertise in content management technologies, will frame the session in terms of the three elements that comprise a business solution: people, processes, and technology. The sixmember panel will explore real-world issues in a fast-paced, interactive forum that encourages audience participation. The conference is held in conjunction with the 4th Annual Gilbane Conference on Content Technologies, which follows it November 27-29.
The last few years have seen dramatic growth and diversification in the technologies for creating, managing, finding, sharing and delivering content. This fast-paced evolution has created a huge challenge to organizations that need IT and information management strategies to support competitive, compliant and compelling content for both internal and external facing business applications. "Content management" is not simply an application, but a strategy that uses a wide range of tools and practices that are rapidly evolving. Some new technologies can provide significant advances in internal productivity and customer satisfaction. But how do you know what works and what doesn't?
The “Industry Perspectives: Web Content Management Trends" panel discussion will answer real-world questions by addressing these issues in terms of the three elements that comprise a business solution: people, process, and technology. The general discussion questions are as follows:
About CM Pros:
CM Pros is an international non-profit professional association providing content management professionals with networking opportunities, a forum for exchanging and examining content management topics of interest, and promoting and professionalizing content management.
The CM Pros Fall 2007 Summit event explores web content management technologies and their impact on the way we work. The event will focus on the importance of WCM and the technologies that are quickly turning the web into a platform for the development of business solutions and information services. The Summit will feature presentations, workshops, and roundtable discussions aimed at helping to demystify WCM strategies, tools, standards, and technologies.
NetReach was founded in 1994 with a vision to help businesses fully capitalize on the opportunities created by the Internet. Today, the company continues its commitment to increasing an organization’s return on its Internet investment through cmScribe, its premiere web-based Content Management System (CMS), browser-based software that allows non-technical users to build and maintain highly dynamic websites. cmScribe is built on Microsoft’s .NET 2.0 platform and is programmatically compliant with W3C and Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act. cmScribe uses a generous role-based licensing scheme and is currently deployed in mid-tier applications across diverse business sectors including Healthcare, Legal and Financial, Real Estate, Non-Profit, Chemical & Industrial, Publishing, and Education. For more information, please visit http://www.netreach.com.