CMS Watch recently announced that they will be producing a new Conference Track for the upcoming AIIM Conference & Expo, which will be held at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center from April 16th-19th. The new track is intended to assist participants with the "complexities of selecting and implementing enterprise content management (ECM) products." "AIIM's annual Expo continues to thrive," said CMS Watch founder Tony Byrne, said in a recent statement. "We're excited to produce a conference track that will enable us to help so many end-users with enterprise content management product selection and implementation challenges." Tom Bliss, the Conference Director for the AIIM Conference program added, "CMS Watch is well-established as an unbiased source for content technology and we're thrilled to extend this new conference track to attendees. I'm certain it will prove to be a very valuable resource." Presenters of the "Product Selection & Implementation Best Practices Conference Track" is set to include the following industry experts: * Tony Byrne -- Tony is the founder of CMS Watch. He consults with leading global enterprises and public agencies to help them select and implement the right content technologies. A former reporter, publisher, international educator, and 15-year Internet veteran, Tony previously headed the Engineering and Production groups at an IT consulting firm. He is the author of The CMS Report, and publisher of the other CMS Watch reports. * Alan Pelz-Sharpe -- Alan is a world expert on enterprise content management. He has a very high profile within the industry and has published numerous papers, articles, and is the co-author of the book "Web Content Management: Strategies, Technologies and Markets." Alan is the lead author of the new and forthcoming CMS Watch "ECM Suites Report" available at in April 2007. * Theresa Regli -- Theresa, a content technology, taxonomy, and process management expert, is a well-known speaker and instructor on content technologies and has presented at the AIIM Conference & Expo in the past. Previously, Theresa was Director of Content Management at a Boston-based technology consulting firm. There she developed content management, internationalization, and enterprise information architecture solution strategies for several Fortune 100 organizations. Conference Track workshops and sessions include: Pre-conference Workshops * ECM Product Selection: A Practical Guide * Developing Enterprise Taxonomies: A Practical Guide Conference Sessions * The Content Technology Marketplace: Where is it Going? * Convergence Panel: Is it Real Yet? What Should You Do? * Enterprise Portal Vendor Smackdown * WCM Product Landscape * When "E" Means "Big": Lessons Learned from Huge ECM Projects For registration or attendance, call 888-824-3004 or visit and use source code A319A. Complete details are available here.