Ontotext is proud to be a sponsor of the first edition of PubTech Connect – a new publishing conference taking place in New York City. It aims to present knowledge from a wide range of sources and speakers about technological advances and strategies that can help publishers grow and evolve their businesses.
As an established vendor of smart technological solutions, we support emerging networking hubs that cater to the needs of the Publishing and Media industries. Working for and within these sectors has taught that innovation requires flexible, modern technology and open-minded, visionary leaders. The ones you can meet at PubTech Connect.
Ontotext will have a representative at the conference in the face of David Taylor, a Senior Director at Sirma Group – the holding which Ontotext is part of. If you’re interested in how semantic technology can help your publishing business, connect with David to schedule a meeting at PubTech Connect.
The conference is powered by Publishers Weekly and NYU School of Professional Studies (NYUSPS) Center for Publishing. It will take place on Thursday, April 20 at the NYU Kimmel Center for University Life.
It features an interesting lineup of speakers from companies like The New York Times, Forbes Media, Facebook, Vox Media, Fast Company, Vice Media, General Electric, and many others. The complete program is available on PubTech Connect’s official website.
Global media and publishing organizations like BBC, Bloomberg, Financial Times, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, Springer Nature, and Euromoney have already transformed their businesses thanks to the power of Semantic Technology. Ontotext’s dynamic semantic publishing (DSP) approach is one of the champion semantic solutions developed by Ontotext and BBC and implemented in others.
It has potential to improve content creation and consumption. With the help of semantic technologies, readers are served the content they most need, and publishers are given the tools to manage content in an efficient, future-proof manner.
For a quick demonstration, head to NOW (News of the Web) – Ontotext’s free public service, showcasing the opportunities a dynamic semantic publishing platform opens up before media & publishing companies.