Event Details | Event Overview | Speaker Profile
Date: December 9, 2011
Time: 07:45-12:30 EST
Venue: The Peninsula, 700, 5th Avenue at 55th Street, New York, NY 10019
The Infosys Information Services Industry Summit is a unique and focused event that brings together top executives from the Publishing sector, industry stalwarts and Infosys' domain experts to engage, ideate and discuss latest trends, challenges and opportunities in the Publishing and Information Services industries.
||Registration and Welcome
||Elvis Rodrigues, VP and Head, EUS - Americas Business Unit, Infosys
||Innovation in Publishing - Where is this headed?
||James McQuivey, VP, Forrester Research
||James McQuivery talks about innovations in the publishing industry and how digital disruption can move publishing forward.
||Content Innovation Ideas
||Corinna Czekaj, Consultant, Information Services, Infosys
||Our content consultant presents a framework as to how companies can make content more amenable to new product formation in the future
||Addressing the Digital Consumer
||Marc Frons, CTO, New York Times Digital
||Marc Frons provides the client perspective about innovations at NYTD to address the digital consumer.
||Leveraging Social Media for Innovation
||Pauline Ores and James Fancher, Business Platforms, Infosys
||This session showcases our solution on SocialEdge with Mark Logic which is in the development phase
||Pauline Ores, James Fancher and Marc Frons
James McQuivey serves Consumer Product Strategy professionals. He analyzes television and media technology and specializes in the future of the moving image including digital video recorders, HDTV, video on demand, Internet-based video, and the business implications of each of these disruptive technologies or movements. Beyond this, he also covers digital music and digital publishing.
In addition to keynoting at industry events and Forrester Forums, James is routinely sought after for comment by such publications as The New York Times, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal.
James earned his Ph.D. in mass communication research at Syracuse University.
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