Integrating Content Strategies the Focus of Congility 2011 (Formerly X-Pubs)
to Concentrate on Integrating Content Silos to Improve the Customer Experience
The Congility 2011 conference to be held in
focus on how Web 2.0, and content standards can improve customer experience
The theme of Congility 2011 is content integration. “This year’s
conference is about integrating the thinking and processes of artificially
separated teams in content-related fields. Fields like content strategy,
creation, management and technical communication.
“Our recent rebrand from X-Pubs to Congility is all about aligning
content strategies for customer benefit. When content has agility, it can be
shared, delivered and reused more easily, dynamically and cost effectively
for the good of the company and their audiences. We bring together leaders in
content strategy with the best practices and personal experiences of those in
the field making solutions a reality,” said
Management Consultant and Congility Conference Chairperson.
Congility is a low-tech conference that focuses on the business and
conceptual aspects of content solutions. It is aimed at team leaders,
technical communicators, CIOs, CTOs and product management professionals who
want to streamline information flow between teams, increase collaboration,
and leverage the cutting edge of Web 2.0 and information technologies for
competitive and efficiency gains.
Featured speakers include
renowned Content Strategists focussed on cross-departmental enterprise
Congility 2011 takes place at the Arora Hotel Gatwick-Crawley,
with 2 days of presentations and conference workshops. Pre-register now on
http://www.congility.com. Follow us on twitter.com/Congility. Past
conferences information is available on http://www.x-pubs.com.
Congility (formerly X-Pubs) delivers pragmatic, focussed events, on and
offline, for Managers, Team Leaders and Content Professionals.
Congility is organised by Mekon Ltd to provide a European industry forum
for networking and knowledge exchange with global thought-leaders in the
areas of Content Strategy, Component Content Management, XML, DITA, S1000D
and related standards.
For more information, please contact: Noz Urbina Conference Chairperson: Congility +44-208-722-8505 Twitter.com/congility http://www.Congility.com / info@Congility.com