WebRadar is now end of life, effective March 31, 2018.
The Ephox team will bring our cognitive content, content authoring and web content management experiences to IBM Amplify 2016 in Tampa, Florida this May. Amplify is the pinnacle event for IBM’s marketing and ecommerce communities and really is a must attend show for future-focused marketers.
As proud sponsors of Amplify 2016, this is our first year attending the event outside the former digital experience conference. So we can’t wait to show you how Ephox improves the content creation experience in IBM Web Content Manager (WCM).
You read that right. Textbox.io and our content management tool for WCM, WebRadar, are already included in your WCM license entitlement.
Speaking of WebRadar, if you manage a massive content repository in your WCM installation, you really should check it out. It is an extremely powerful tool that will dramatically improve your content management workflows (which we all know will make your life much more enjoyable …)
If you’re a member of the IBM family and aren’t familiar with Ephox, we’ve had a close working relationship with IBM for many years starting with the Java-based editor EditLive! Recently, we released a proof-of-concept integration of our next-generation text editor Textbox.IO with IBM Watson that we believe shows a clear path to the future of content creation.
We look forward to meeting at IBM Amplify and to connecting before and after our speaking session on Wednesday, May 18 at 11:15am and at our booth (hidden away behind the IBM Watson Cognitive Cafe).
Presentation session details
DEC-1361: How Content Lifecycle Management Impacts Digital Experience
Wednesday, May 18 | 11:15 – 12:15 | Tampa Convention Center, Room 2
Connect with Ephox at Amplify 2016
Ephox’s CEO, Andrew Roberts will be at Amplify along with other members of the executive team. Ping Andrew on Twitter @andrew_roberts. We’ll be tweeting the best of Amplify via @ephox. Don’t forget to send us your pix! If you love Textbox.IO let us know you’ve found a #NewWayToCreate.