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IBM Digital Experience Conference – The Kroger Intranet

The 2015 IBM Digital Experience Conference had a very informative intranet case study by The Kroger Co. delivered by Kroger’s lead developer, Arturo Araya.  The Kroger Co. spans many states with store formats that include grocery and multi-department stores, convenience stores, and jewelry stores. They are 24th on the Fortune 100 with 2,625 stores in […]

IBM Digital Experience Announcements and Demos

At the IBM Digital Experience Conference in Atlanta, Doug Geiger made several announcements: A new lower-priced entry point for Digital Experience in Cloud New rich text editor using Ephox’s new JavaScript based editor eliminates any dependence on Java New Layout Editor is more graphical, supports multiple devices and includes better task flow Theme sync tool connects […]

Digital Experience Conference 2015 Opening Session

IBM’s annual Digital Experience Conference got underway this morning. Gary Dolsen kicked off the conference by announce the future of Digital Experience is mobile, contextual, and cloud-hosted.  Engagement is a common need for partners, customers and employees.  This engagement can now be helped with a digital experience that is consistent, includes analytics, cloud based, and […]

Perficient Sponsors IBM Digital Experience 2015 Next Week

An exceptional digital experience is empowering, compelling, relevant and consistent – it gives you instant access to what you need, it keeps you hooked because it’s highly engaging, it has analyzed who you are and what you want, and it reaches you no matter what device you’re on. We are excited to be a part […]

IBM ConnectED: Video of Opening Session

While Mark Polly blogged on the opening session, you can see the demo of the Digital Experience platforms.  

Digital Experience Conference: More Than a Name Change

Mark Polly, Director at Perficient, is packing his bags to head out to the renamed Digital Experience Conference next week. In the past this conference has been called “Exceptional Web Experience” and “Portal” conference and the new name reflects not only the market changes taking place, but also IBM’s approach to the market.  The market […]