Thousands Attended Co-located On Demand, info360 and SoMoLo Events

NEWTON, MA—July 2, 2012—Thousands of information technology (IT) professionals, B-to-B and B-to-C publishers, print and marketing service providers, advertising professionals and marketers were in attendance at this year’s co-located info360, On Demand and SoMoLo. The events took place at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City from June 13-14.

On Demand addresses the business of content and info360 explores the ever-changing information management lifecycle by exploring the convergence of technologies in today’s increasing social, mobile and cloud-based enterprise IT environments. Together, the independent shows address the challenges and opportunities associated with the exploding social, digital media platforms, including the need to securely join data streams, connect mobile devices to established networks and boost operational efficiency.

“We came to On Demand to see what was new in the industry,” said Ron Bauman, director of business development, Aliogistics. “I was looking specifically for cross-media and integrated marketing solutions and found the hand labor tracking software for printed mail to be very interesting.”

Besides showcasing a range of content management innovations, the event offered attendees access to an investor pitch showdown by Ultra Light Startups and a robust conference program featuring dozens of sessions dedicated to content creation, management and storage, advanced marketing tools and strategies and the integration of social, mobile and local digital platforms. Keynote speakers from Box, and Yammer lead a 70+ session conference program and the debut of SoMoLo@NY provided a series of conference sessions covering the increasingly complex supply chain needs and hurdles that companies face as they try to ensure security, profitability and manage information across multiple channels.

“I was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with info360 and co-locate the June Ultra Light Startups Investor Pitch Showdown! The conference was extremely professionally organized and everything ran very smoothly. Everyone I spoke with enjoyed the event very much,” reported Graham Lawlor, Ultra Light Startups.