This year at the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit we’re doing something a little different to provide you with a unique perspective from the conference. We’ve asked a few of our customers and agency partners to be “Digital Correspondents” from Summit, giving them an inside look into sessions traditionally open only to press and analysts (hence Summit Insiders). They’ll also be our video correspondents, interviewing other Summit attendees about their Summit experiences, the keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and more. If you’re here, perhaps you’ll be one of the Summit-goers who will appear on camera with them … look for the camera crews!
With our first-ever Summit Insiders onboard, be sure to follow them as they tweet and blog their way through the show. Where? How? Here:
Benjamin Gaines, Omniture alumnus & former Manager of Research & Analytics at ESPN*
Ben is an Adobe alumnus by way of Omniture, where he was a product manager over SiteCatalyst in the analytics group. Prior to product management, Ben worked as a technical support engineer and later helped to build a still-thriving digital community of Omniture (and later Adobe) customers. When Ben is not talking about analytics, he’s talking about sports. Follow Ben on Twitter and read his blog.
Michele Kiss, Director of Analytics, Red Door Interactive*
Michele is a self-confessed analytics geek. When she is not analyzing, testing and optimizing websites for work and play, she is reading, writing and thinking about analytics and engaging with the web analytics community via Twitter. Follow her!
Ray Velez, Chief Technology Officer, Razorfish
Ray, a 12-year company veteran at Razorfish, guides the agency’s strategy for the use of technology with its clients. His background includes senior technology leadership in web applications, enterprise architectures, data warehousing/big data, cloud computing and emerging technologies. Follow Razorfish on Twitter.
*Michele and Ben were both given free passes to Summit 2012