The Digital Asset Management (DAM) Capability Model
Listen to David Lipsey, one of the founders of the field of Digital Asset Management (DAM). David gives his insights on Digital Asset Management - where it came from, how it's used today, how it's role has changed, and what opportunities lie ahead. David also shares his experiences as leader, champion, and instructor, for more DAM curricula higher education.
How Content Impacts Customer Service in Financial Services
Join host, Alan Porter, as he welcomes Sean Calvillo, Director of Financial Services a Perficient. Sean give his insights on how content can create a more seamless experience for direct customers, and why that is important. He also give his thoughts on legacy systems vs. modern content systems, and how they can be used together - and more importantly, how those roll-outs can take place with the least negative impact on the customer.
The Concept of Content Engineering
Alan Porter welcomes Cruce Saunders, founder and principal at [A], and author of "Content Engineering for a Multi-Channel World." Cruce discusses his lifelong quest for the "freeing of knowledge" - that is, to make the world we all imagined when Internet technology first arrived and promised a Utopia of free-flowing, timely information.
Cruce brings his 20+ years of experience to share his thoughts & insights on how the importance of content, and content technology, has grown to where it is now, how many enterprises manage (or mis-manage!) content development & the content supply chain as an asset. Cruce also discusses some key strategies are to ensure the future of content technology & services.
The Rise of Intelligent Content
Join host, Alan Porter, as he welcomes Chris McLaughlin, head of Marketing & Product Management for Nuxeo. With over 25 years of Content Development & Management experience, Chris shares his thoughts on the landscape of Content Development & Management, and where the future of intelligent content is heading. Chris will also weigh in on where he thinks AI fits into the developing content arena, how content management systems react (or should be prepared to react) to changing legislation, and more!