October 16, 2008

CM Pros Announces CM Pros US Fall Summit

Olney, Md. - The 2008 Fall Summit, “The Content Lifecycle,” will take place at The Westin Copley Place in Boston on December 2, 2008 in conjunction with the Gilbane conference, “Where Content Management Meets Social Media.”
Explore the inner processes of the Content Lifecycle stages and how to address the difficult challenges faced by organizations in controlling the business content they create and receive.

The Content Lifecycle concept, analyzing content flows through the critical processes of an enterprise, offers opportunities for content-management professionals to re-think content strategies for difficult economic climate. Interact with senior CMS Practitioners for a jolt to your expertise.
The CM Pros Fall Summit will focus on all aspects of the Content Lifecycle. This interactive day will put you in contact with senior CMS Practitioners in the industry. The morning starts with two keynote addresses followed by a panel of CMS experts that will field questions from the attendees. The afternoon will be devoted to attendee-defined, interactive roundtable discussions as participants tackle the challenges of moving content through the lifecycle.
This Summit aims to gather the wisdom of content management practitioners, identify best practices, and create a Content Lifecycle poster. Whatever your area of content management expertise, attend the CM Pros Fall Summit to share your experience and learn about other people's projects.
One of this Summit’s aims is to combine the wisdom of content management practitioners in the field of best practices and create a Content Lifecycle poster. Expert Panelists and Roundtable Facilitators will be ready to share their expertise on the Content Lifecycle: David Aponovich, ISITE Design • Mollye Barrett, ClearPath • Jeff Cram, ISITE Design • Don DePalma, Common Sense Advisory, Inc. • Seth Earley, Earley & Associates • Seth Gottlieb, Content Here • Heather Hedden, Hedden Information Management • Brad Kain, Quoin Inc. • Bruce Nevin, Cisco Systems • Stephen Powers, Forrester • Bryant Shea, Molecular • Jeff Tarbox, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts • Tony White, Gilbane Group • EverAge Consulting