OmnichannelX Online Conference
Precision Content invites you to OmnichannelX
Precision Content, is a Gold Sponsor of #OmniXConf.
We want to bring our content and contacts to this community so that we can all learn, discuss and exchange our stories about where content is going and how we organisations and users can benefit.
Mike Rowlinson, Vice-President Training and Content Services at Precision Content, will be giving a workshop ‘How you write matters: improving usability with Precision Content methodology‘ as part of an eye-popping 2021 panel of speakers. Precision Content will also be organising a ‘Lunch and learn interactive session‘, on June 11th at 7.15 AM EST.
Thanks to the OmnichannelX team for a great conference; the speakers I've learned from; and all the people I've met through this virtual forum. I wasn't sure what to expect when attending my first virtual conference. However, #OmniXConf exceeded my expectations.
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#OmniXConf is designed for team success
The OmnichannelX difference is that it’s not just a content, marketing, or UX conference. Instead of going to various job-role or technology-focused events and then trying to piece the omnichannel puzzle of great content and experience back together, at OmnichannelX events, the sessions speak to how teams can work together on these opportunities. No single job role handles content, design, governance, or systems alone. Experiences are created by teams.
This is why attendees often come to OmnichannelX in been coming in cross-functional teams (UX & marketing, marketing and documentation, web, tech docs, and support, etc) of two, three, or more to watch sessions and have cross-functional conversations with other brands facing the same situations, together, all in one place.
"Prove it" – What makes the sessions different
The OmnichannelX conference wants to empower attendees with evidence, insights, and examples behind the theories and recommendations.
Expert’s advice is great – and there’s lots of it – but to help you explain to your colleagues who weren’t there and convince management that change is necessary, you need the case studies and the facts when you get back to the office. That’s why the agenda emphasises stories that show how those lessons were learned with as many measurable, inarguable numbers as possible and clear before and after comparisons.
You need more than expert advice, you need the evidence that proves it’s worth following.
This is part of why Content Precision’s 2020 session ‘Reimagining your omnichannel content strategy for exponential growth‘ was voted one of the most popular of the year by attendees: Success doesn’t come from hiring the right titles, but from making sure your team has the right capabilities.
I have not attended a conference like this. Great conference, thank you. Right now, I know that I want to attend the next one. #OmniXConf has experts' knowledge that I need and maybe is also inspiration on what to do professionally in my late 30s, 40s, 50s, and so on. I made some new connections that I would not probably get otherwise.
Talks we especially recommend
Speakers we recommend
Get a preview of what to expect
Popular blogs and podcasts featuring international experts.
- Sarah Richard from Content Design London: Content design: Resetting the conversation around content
- Ryan Skinner from Forrester, London: Featured Speaker Interview: Ryan Skinner, Forrester (34 Min w Transcript)
- Marie-Girard from IBM, Paris: Omnichannel strategy implementation at IBM – Marie Girard interview (30 Minutes)
- Cruce Saunders from [A]: Activating omnichannel with content intelligence – featuring Cruce Saunders
- Gina Balarin from Verballistics: [Webinar] Stories as a Service – An Omnichannel Marketing Strategy – with Gina Balarin
- Noz Urbina from Urbina Consulting: How to Use Journey Mapping to Yield Fresh & Creative Ideas (AMA Webinar, 60 min)