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Matt Turner

Matt Turner is the CTO, Media and Manufacturing at MarkLogic where he develops strategy and solutions for the media, entertainment and manufacturing markets. Matt works with customers and prospects to develop MarkLogic enterprise NoSQL operational data hubs that enable them to get the most of their data and deliver their products to the fans, audiences and customers that love them.

Before joining MarkLogic, Matt was at Sony Music and PC World developing innovative information and content delivery applications.

MarkLogic's Matt Turners says the Frankfurt Book Fair has been a great show so far with conversations going back to his roots in publishing and XML all the way to the modern data driven strategy critical for the future of publishing. See how Day 3 went!
From the opening bell, the Frankfurt Book Fair has been packed and we've been having great discussion on content, data and the future of publishing. See what went on during Day 2!
The Frankfurt Book Fair is getting underway! With over 7,000 exhibitors and more than 280,000 visitors expected to attend, it's the world's biggest stage to promote some of the big ideas shaping the world.
The MarkLogic team will be back at the Frankfurt Book Fair for 2019. We're looking forward to great discussion on data, content and the future of publishing.
April 30, 2019
The MarkLogic Media Community site is a single place to learn what’s happening across the industry and a place for all of you to share your great stories.
December 19, 2018
The data pioneers at the North Pole have extended their use of NoSQL to help improve crowdsourcing projects!
AI, algorithms, data mining, research data, and more – Matt Turner reports on the many ways data is on the agenda as the foundation for the future in publishing and industry.
On Day 2, Matt Turner provides a recap of some of the expert advice and innovative products he’s encountered at the Buchmesse – including our own new Data Hub Service.
Blogging from Frankfurt, Matt Turner provides a summary of some of the “characters” making the greatest impact in the publishing industry.
For publishers, nothing is more important than getting content to readers to inform, entertain and even change lives. Matt Turner was at Frankfurt and reports on how some are still innovating despite years of disruptions.
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