The makers of EPiServer CMS 5 have announced EPiServer Day 2009 -- a conference that gathers together Sweden’s Web experts, international analysts, EPiServer customers and all those interested in Web Content Management and EPiServer CMS.
The highlight of this event is a deep dive into what the vendor calls “the Engaged Web” and experiences surrounding content management and social media.
The Engaged Web EPi Way
With the Engaged Web, companies can move away from boring, static, passive Web sites and convert them into a more dynamic, engaging, personalized Web experience.
One of the perks of being part of the Engaged Web community is the EPiServer Awards. The vendor says that it has received 118 nominations (which is three times more than in 2007) for successful EPiServer-based projects. Notably, 35 of these have been sent in by international partners from all around the world.
The shortlist has been compiled after much discussion and debate by a panel of independent judges, and the winners will be announced at the conference.
EPiServer Day 2009 Keynote Speakers
Keynote speakers is one of the reasons we go to industry conferences. EPiServer has invited the following experts to speak at the conference:
Tim Walters, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research
Micael Herkommer, Senior Partner at Inexor
Magnus Höij, Internet World
- Gustav Lagercrantz, Business Development Manager, EPiServer AB
For the complete list of speakers, go here.
For the first time in its history, EPiServer Day will be a combined international and Swedish event. More than 30 parallel sessions will be offered. The sessions will run in both Swedish and English. You can build your personal agenda here.
The Details You Need
When: March 10-11, 2009
Where: In and near Stockholm, Sweden (Clarion Hotel Stockholm and Kistamässan)
Agenda: Day 1 at Kistamässan
Day 2 at Clarion Hotel
EPiServer Awards Dinner & Entertainment, March 10 at Clarion Hotel
Day 1 -- Free
Day 2 -- € 95.00
EPiServer Awards Dinner & Entertainment -- € 40.00
For those of you in the U.S. with no soonish European travel plans, don’t worry. With EPiServer establishing its U.S. presence in Chicago, who knows, the American EPi Day may follow soon.