Frankfurt Book Fair is the world’s largest gathering of information and publishing industry experts. This year’s theme is “Ideas that Move the World.” MarkLogic’s theme for the event is “You Have the Answer” and we will be focusing on how publishers better use their content and data to deliver great experiences and lead the digital transformation. MarkLogic will also host three partners on the stand — DCL Labs, FontoXML and EBCONT — and have office hours with industry experts from around the world.
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Our booth will be in Hall 4.2 K35, where we’ll be joined by our key partners and also hold office hours with publishing experts from around the globe who will discuss the hot topics of the day with you!
Come meet with James and hear directly from a true digital innovator that has a wide view of the information and data landscape.
Jen has led some of the industry’s most innovative projects, linking content to data and helping organizations such as Pearson, OECD, ISO and more. Come by and have a chat with this leading industry expert!
Ernst will be at our booth to talk about his experiences running transformation projects and how you can help your organization move forward.
Matt has helped bring context to content with semantics and has been helping organizations go beyond their content. Come by for a chat about ways to move the industry forward.
Data and content are very much on the agenda at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Find out what we were up to last year with this blog series highlighting how publishers have the data and content needed for the future of publishing:
Go Beyond Your Content is a key strategy for the future of information delivery. It can speed product development, create better products, and deepen the connection to the customer to build trust.
Our publishing customers use the Operational Data Hub pattern and framework tools to bring together customer data, product data and content, deliver better products and understand the value of their content.
When the conversation is about adding data as a core asset for publishers, there is so much that can be done around the content to improve user experiences and products—and much of it starts with data.