CMSWire Opens Registration for Its DX Summit

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Noreen Seebacher avatar

Last month I invited you to immerse yourself in the world of Digital Experience at a very special upcoming conference — the inaugural CMSWire DX Summit.

Today I'm excited to tell you we have opened registration for the conference.

I urge you to consider attending to learn the strategies, technologies and thought leadership that will help you deliver game-changing digital experiences. 

The DX Summit will take place Nov. 3 and 4 at the W City Center hotel in Chicago (details).

Unique Perspective

Our publisher, Brice Dunwoodie, is bringing together a host of specialists to help you and the organizations you represent gain essential insight about the broad and evolving field of digital experience.

Our confirmed speakers are industry leaders and top analysts. They include Mark Grannan, analyst at Forrester Research; Christopher Justice, SVP, worldwide marketing at Jahia; Meghan Walsh, senior director, digital data strategy at Marriott; and veteran marketer Kevin Cochrane, a board member of Digital Clarity Group and Jahia.

The DX Summit will cover several major themes as well as deeper dives into content strategy, mobile and more.

Multiple Tracks

One theme is innovation, with a session covering the Internet of Things. Connecting billions of devices to the Internet will have a deep impact on the relationships companies have with their customers.

Learning Opportunities

We'll look at the technology landscape. The session Building the Right Digital Marketing Toolkit will cover proven reference models for understanding what types of technologies your organization really needs.

And we'll explore how the Customer-Centric Culture addresses key challenges, such as Creating Alignment Between the C-Suite, the Business and IT.

There will be plenty of time to network, to share ideas and explore ways to deliver smarter, personalized digital customer experiences.

I hope I've piqued your interest. Won't you join us?

Click here for more registration details, including information on how you can save $300 by registering in the next few weeks.

And feel free to email me if I can provide any additional information about the Summit.