Digital innovation for publishers
Join Inviqa, The Economist, and eZ Systems for a focused and insightful seminar on digital innovation in the publishing, media, and entertainment industries. Just scroll down to register.
- When: 18:00 - 21:00, 1 February 2017
- Where: Century Club, London, W1D 6LQ
- Keynote: Mark Brincat, CTO, The Economist
- Speaker: Richard Jones, Technical Director, Inviqa
- Speaker: Bertrand Maugain, VP Europe, eZ Systems
There’s a lot at stake for organisations still struggling to take a ‘digital first’ approach to publishing. But there’s even more at stake if you get your digital strategy wrong.
This seminar will explore innovation lessons and best practices with help from our keynote speaker, The Economist CTO Mark Brincat, who’ll be discussing lessons learned during the publication's biggest evolution to date.
Want to know more? Register below for our exclusive seminar for a unique chance to:
- Find out what The Economist learnt during its biggest digital shake-up
- Discover how to architect your content for new IOT devices
- Learn how to avoid the biggest innovation pitfalls
- Network with your peers
Meet the speakers
CTO, The Economist
The Economist has been going through a major transformation. By approaching our web experience in a componentised way, we defined how we could leverage our entire technology ecosystem to deliver products faster and improve the reader experience. This talk will focus on the approach, challenges and lessons learned through the evolution of the Economist Reader and Content Platform.
With over 20 years of experience in the tech and media sector, Mark joined The Economist Group in 2015 where he leads teams responsible for the user experience, architecture, development and transformation of the company's digital products.
Whilst CMS communities talk headless, the market is starting to talk CaaS (Content as a Service), in which content is created and managed independently of the place it will be consumed. CaaS becomes especially important when considering the Internet of Things or more traditional end points such as websites and mobile apps. Over time, this could mean everything from your TV or watch to your fridge. This session will look at how technology can be used to offer CaaS by positioning it as the Digital Hub of the enterprise.
Being a prolific open source contributor, Richard provides technical oversight for all content management site builds at Inviqa.
We've helped publishers, and media & entertainment brands across Europe to better engage, retain and convert their audiences.
Helping multiple publishing teams master their CMS
Introducing content control to Virgin’s many websites