Making Content Management Work for Higher Education

October 20, 2002

Free Half-day Seminar on Tuesday, October 29, at Northeastern University in Boston Will Feature Speakers from Gartner, Drexel University, University of Miami, and Boston College

WHO: Presidents, provosts, CIOs, and other information service executives responsible for enterprise technology decisions for institutions of higher education.

WHAT: Attend a free, half-day seminar and discover how enterprise content management technologies can deliver personalized Web-based information and services, maintain a consistent brand image, manage a growing digital asset base, and improve overall productivity. Join your peers for a morning of case studies and a roundtable discussion on enterprise content management options and the challenges of delivering better information and online services to the right constituents at the right time. Scheduled speakers include:

· Senior Analyst for Higher Education Technology at Gartner, Ron Yanosky will present his perspective on the content management landscape and what it means for higher education;

· Drexel University’s Director of Core Technology Infrastructure, Ken Blackney will share his experience as one of the first implementing enterprise content management technologies;

· Wendy Dibean from the University of Miami will offer her perspective on the need for and value of content management technologies designed specifically for higher education; and

· Jim O’Neill and Ivelisse Kuran at Boston College will discuss their wisdom from embarking on a content management initiative.

WHEN/WHERE: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. EDT

90 Snell Library, Northeastern University in Boston, Mass. Lunch will be provided.

WHY: Institutions of higher education want make the most of their most valuable asset—information. They are continually building and managing portals, Web properties, and other digital assets comprising tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of pages. These institutions are now poised to either realize the potential of this vast amount of information or fall victim to it. Campus Pipeline is hosting a free seminar to open a discussion about how colleges and universities can use enterprise content management technologies to streamline the creation and management of campus content while delivering the right information to the right people at the right time.

CONTACT: For more information or to register, please contact Ryan Lufkin at 888.682.7473, ext. 262, or visit


Campus Pipeline, Inc. delivers software and services for higher education, helping institutions unify campus data, enterprise applications, and services into a Web-centralized “digital campus.” Today more than 200 colleges and universities worldwide use Campus Pipeline technologies, including the Campus Pipeline’s Web Platform, the industry’s first and most widely used Web platform, and the Campus Pipeline’s Luminis™ family of platform, content management, and integration products, to build their unique vision of a unified digital campus. For more information, call 888.682.PIPE or visit

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