Adobe Summit showcases the reinvention of marketing

Last week at Adobe Summit, marketers from top-tier brands showed how they are reinventing themselves for digital. Mobile was certainly at the forefront of the conversation, with Digital Publishing Suite customers speaking at several breakout sessions on how they’re engaging their customers on tablet and smartphone devices. Read below for more about the DPS sessions from Summit, and how you can view the session recordings.

Do all brands need to be multichannel publishers?
In this breakout session, the answer was resounding: yes! Customers Condé Nast and financial services firm Lord Abbett took to the stage to discuss the Digital Publishing Suite and Adobe Experience Manager integration, and how they are using the integrated solution to publish across channels. Emily Smith, Director of Operations, Editorial Development at Condé Nast showed how the publisher is reducing time-to-market for its Vanity Fair iPhone app by using Experience Manager to manage assets and then deliver them into a DPS-produced iPhone app. Steve Reilly, Director of Digital Communications for Lord Abbett, also discussed how the investment management firm switched from a natively developed app to an app produced using the DPS + Experience Manager workflow, accelerating time-to-market by 50% and transforming the Lord Abbett Perspectives app from a quarterly to a monthly.

View the complete session by searching for “S815: Do all brands need to be multichannel publishers?” under the Web Experience Management section of Adobe Summit breakout sessions page.

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Steve Hart from Adobe and Steve Reilly from Lord Abbett listen while Emily Smith of Condé Nast discusses the Vanity Fair iPhone app.

 

App analytics: Best Practices for content-centric apps
In this session, publisher Time Inc. discussed how it is using the sophisticated integration between Digital Publishing Suite and Adobe Analytics to gain deep insight into its audience base. Rory O’Flynn, Executive Director, Digital Research, at Time Inc., showed data on how interactive tablet ads generate increased dwell times and audience engagement, as well as how the publisher is deriving deep insights into how advertisements are performing in its publications. In addition, Shikha Bhargava, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Publishing at Adobe, discussed the in-app marketing tools that DPS offers, and how analytics can work in tandem with those tools to increase reader and customer conversions.

A conference attendee snaps a photo while Rory O’Flynn of Time Inc. discusses how he is using the DPS + Adobe Analytics integration.

A conference attendee snaps a photo while Rory O’Flynn of Time Inc. discusses how he is using the DPS + Adobe Analytics integration.

View the session by searching for “S320: App analytics: Best Practices for content-centric apps” under the Marketing Analytics section of the Adobe Summit breakout sessions page.

 

Conference attendees discuss about Digital Publishing Suite in the Adobe Community Pavilion.

Conference attendees discuss about Digital Publishing Suite in the Adobe Community Pavilion.

 

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