Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Call For Abstracts: Exceptional Web Experience

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Abstracts are now being accepted for the Exceptional Web Experience conference which is happening May 16-19 in Orlando, FL. An Exceptional Web Experience is what all companies must strive for as it deliver real business results. In fact, Larry Bowden, VP of Portals at IBM, recently wrote this article on 7 Ways to Get Lucky Online where he highlights results such as 75 percent reduction in the time to roll out new customer-oriented applications. An Exception Web Experience is a must!

Abstracts are now being accepted for breakout sessions (60 minutes) and hands-on labs (75 minutes). The conference is divided into 6 tracks (listed below), where 3 tracks are focused on the Business Impact, and the other 3 tracks are focused on the technology side. Abstracts will be submitted until March 4th, 2011 so put your thinking caps on and submit your abstract! (Note: you need an account in Greenhouse to submit an abstract).

Business Impact Program

Track 1: Customer Case Studies and Industry Solutions

Detailed presentations of client solutions,including Project Goals and Analysis,Industry Specific Approaches,Implementation and Governance Techniques, Best Practices.

Track 2: Accelerating Solution Time to Value and ROI

Proven Strategies to Build the Vision and Value of an Exceptional Web Experience; Building a Portal Delivery Roadmap: Paths to Success; How to Successfully Justify and Deploy Portal and Social

Software in Your Organization; The Real Scoop on Understanding the Portal Competitive Landscape.

Track 3: Optimize Customer Experiences to Build Brand and Generate Revenue

You are What You Market: Leveraging New Rules of Marketing; Getting Smart with Retail Portals to Address the Accelerated Shift in Buyer Behavior; Delivering Your Portal Solutions to Mobile Audiences: Best Practices; User Experience Optimization Initiative: Understanding and Applying Web Analytics.

Technology Program

Track 4: Web Experience Platforms and Solutions

Getting Started with IBM WebSphere® Portal and IBM Web Content Management; WebSphere Portal 7

Technical Overview and Strategy; Leveraging Portal NOW to Deliver Exceptional Web Experiences; IBM

Forms Technical Deep Dive; What’s New in Lotus® Quickr™?; Extending your Portal to Mobile Devices; IBM Mashup Center Overview; Exceptional Web Experience in the Cloud – How to Use IBM WebSphere Portal; IBM Web Content Management; Forms and Mashups in the Cloud.

Track 5: Developing Exceptional Web Experiences

Improving the Online Experience: Building Next Generation Web sites;Using Adobe FLEX to Deliver IBM

WebSphere Portal and Collaboration Services; Developing Web Applications using IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory, IBM Rational® Application Developer and IBM Lotus Widget Factory; Powering Exceptional Web Experiences Using Industry Toolboxes; Leveraging WebSphere Commerce and IBM Web Content Management; Deliver Operational and Real-time Business Intelligence with Cognos® Business Intelligence; IBM Forms Technical Deep Dive.

Track 6: Best Practices and Implementation

Managing the Portal Deployment Project: Best Practices, Effective Portal Governance; High Availability Designs and Implementation with WebSphere Portal, Virtualizing Portals, Successfully Managing Your WebSphere Portal, Virtualizing Portals; Successfully Managing Your IBM Web Content Management Solution; Hands On Lab; Administrating WebSphere Portal.

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