Bridgeline Software's Chief Technology Officer, Brett Zucker, has been selected to be a guest speaker at the 2008 Gilbane Conference, held in San Francisco from June 18 to June 20. He'll be part of a panel that will discuss the latest trends and newest approaches to managing web content and will also get to lead his own session on the future of online collaboration. Zucker has been deeply involved in internet-based technology for over a decade. At Bridgeline, he is responsible for driving the overall product vision and R&D efforts. Before that, he was a principle in Lead Dog Digital, a multi-million dollar, award winning interactive technology company that Bridgeline acquired in 2002. Clearly an ambitious man from the start, he holds an engineering degree from Cornell University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Along with taking part in a panel on managing web content at the Gilbane Conference, Zucker will also deliver his insights and opinions on the future of online collaboration within the context of marketing and analytics-driven websites in the session "New Approaches to Managing Web Content," being held Thursday, June 19 at 11:00 AM.
Bridgeline Software is a developer of web application management software and award-winning web apps that help organizations optimize business processes. Their flagship iAPPS Product Suite is a SaaS solution that unifies Content Management, Analytics, eCommerce, and eMarketing capabilities. Based near Boston with additional locations nation-wide, as well as in India, Bridgeline has received the Inc. 500 award for America's fastest growing companies and boast a customer roster that includes The Bank of New York, Berkshire Life, EMC, and AARP. Visit Bridgeline for more info.
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