Thousands Attended Co-located On Demand, info360 and SoMoLo Events
“This year’s show was educational, interactive, and provided lots of vendor interaction and opportunities for networking,” said James Mullin, national operations manager, Océ Business Services. “The sessions were relevant, topical, interactive, and well worth the time to attend. I’m definitely looking forward to next year’s show.”
In the Spring of 2013, Content On Demand will launch as a two-day sponsored conference focusing on the lifecycle of content from consumption through delivery. It will offer publishers, marketing and print service providers, social media strategists, developers and C-level executives with access to in-depth conference programming, a Technology Solutions Showcase and multiple networking opportunities. Specific details for Content On Demand will be announced shortly.
“The IT, publishing, and advertising/marketing industries increasingly tackle the same challenges related to the evolution of media platforms,” said Wendy Loew, group show director, Questex Media Group, the sponsor and producer of both shows. “As info360 and On Demand each evolve to meet the needs of attendees, they’re organically converging.”
info360 is the longest running and most comprehensive event focused on providing actionable advice for information management. This annual event attracts business professionals and executive management seeking the latest technologies to capture, manage, share, and store documents and digital content to support business processes, comply with governmental regulations, drive down costs, and gain the competitive edge technologies needed to put intelligence behind your information.
About On Demand
On Demand is the leading North America-based conference and exposition dedicated to the technologies that monetize, optimize, and control content. For more than 15 years, marketing and communications professionals, operations and production managers, IT specialists, and corporate executives have gathered to see the latest solutions and better understand the convergence of communications and digital information so they can communicate effectively and economically.