ADVISORY/iPIX Sponsors Internet Imaging Symposium At Spring Internet World.Business Editors & High Tech Writers
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ADVISORY...for Tuesday (March 13)
"Driving Commerce and Enterprise Profits"
To Feature Top Executives from IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) , eBay, and CommerceOne
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In ancient Greece, an aristocratic banquet at which men met to discuss philosophical and political issues and recite poetry. It began as a warrior feast. Rooms were designed specifically for the proceedings. - Driving Commerce and Enterprise Profits. Top executives from IBM, eBay and CommerceOne will be sharing their experiences and demonstrating the power of imaging online and its growing contribution to profit, efficiency and effective Web strategy.
Who: Future Image and iPIX What: Internet Imaging Symposium featuring industry experts: Bob Yacenda, Worldwide Content Manager, Rich Media Segment Manager, IBM Web Content Management Solutions: How dynamic imaging is an integral component of every ecommerce solution Jeff Jordan, Senior Vice President & General Manager, eBay: Online imaging as a critical component to ecommerce and the opportunity imaging provides for new revenue streams in the emarketplace Darrell Trimble, Vice President, Sales & Business Development, Supplier & Content Solutions Group, CommerceOne: Business-to-business content management and the opportunities to represent products through enhanced imaging. Where: Hyatt Regency Hotel, Los Angeles When: Tuesday, March 13, 4 pm - 6:30 pm Why: "Imaging is mission critical to driving commerce," said Don Strickland, president and COO of iPIX. "This symposium will give IT and digital imaging executives an opportunity to hear first hand about the imaging strategies that have worked for our customers and partners and learn how to put their experience to work in their organizations to drive profits, commerce and efficiency." How: The Internet Imaging Symposium is an invitation-only event. For invitation information, contact Kim Gerton at 925-242-4050, kim.Gerton@ipix.com
More about iPIX:
iPIX is the standard for dynamic imaging. Twenty-two of Media Metrix's top 25 Web sites use iPIX to make their sites more dynamic. iPIX end-to-end end-to-end
a pattern of anastomosis in which severed ends are matched and united, in contrast with other patterns such as end-to-side or side-to-side. Usually applied to anastomosis of the intestine. dynamic imaging solutions enable the capture, processing, hosting, and distribution of rich media to thousands of Internet sites and millions of Internet-enabled wired and wireless devices. A broad array of industries - including real estate, online auctions, e-retail, automotive, travel, publishing, and entertainment - are capitalizing on iPIX dynamic imaging to give viewers more information, more interaction and a richer online experience. The company is headquartered in Oak Ridge Oak Ridge, city (1990 pop. 27,310), Anderson and Roane counties, E Tenn., on Black Oak Ridge and the Clinch River; founded by the U.S. government 1942, inc. as an independent city 1959. , Tenn., with co-headquarters in San Ramon San Ramon (Spanish for "Saint Raymond") may refer to one of the following places:
More about Future Image:
Future Image's primary research focuses on emerging trends in Internet photo imaging. Recent studies published by Future Image include "Wireless Imaging 2001 - Overcoming The Challenges," "Funding Trends in the Digital Imaging Industry" "Web Photo Services 2000 - A Competitive Analysis," "Wedding and Event Photos Online - New Content Strategies to Drive Consumer Traffic and Revenues," "Protecting Visual Assets on the Internet - Turning Pictures into Profits," and "Worth 1,000 URLs - Visual Strategies for eCommerce." Future Image also produces a series of supplements on the Digital Imaging industry jointly with the Red Herring Red Herring
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