SAN CARLOS, Calif. – March 6, 2008 – MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, will hold a webinar in conjunction with Folio Magazine on March 13, 2008.
This webinar, entitled, “The XML Content Revolution is Here: Are You Ready to Seize Market Opportunity?” will feature insight and best practices on the benefits to using XML content platforms to quickly develop and deliver increasingly targeted products.
With the fast changing market it is more important than ever that publishers quickly create new products and get them to market fast. Customers are looking for websites that are going to address their specific questions and immediately equip them with the resources and tools they need. XML content platforms are helping publishers meet this market demand and much more. In this session you will learn how other publishers are using XML content platforms to quickly develop and deliver increasingly targeted products that address ever changing customer demands.
Joseph Bachana is president and founder of DPCI. He began his career in the late 1980′s at the New York Times in its Production Technology Group and furthered his career at the Associated Press as technical services manager for AP AdSend, the digital delivery system from advertisers to AP member newspapers. Mr. Bachana went on to be senior project manager at I.M.A.G.E. Inc, then senior account manager at Inacom, before founding DPCI in April, 1999.
Matt Turner is principal consultant for MarkLogic, where he leads the design and development of XML content server applications for MarkLogic customers in the information and media industries. He has authored numerous articles on XML products and publishing systems, and has spoken about XML at many conferences including the XML conference, Open Publish, Seybold Seminars and Documation. Matt’s blog, Discovering XQuery, can be read at: http://xquery.typepad.com.
The event will be hosted by Folio Magazine and MarkLogic Corporation. “The XML Content Revolution is Here” will be held on Thursday, March 13, at 2:00PM Eastern/11:00AM Pacific.
For more information and to register for this webinar, Click here