The Adobe CQ Multilingual Content Intelligence Special Interest Group (SIG) continues to grow…and we’d love for you to join us.
We’re a group of Adobe CQ users (including Adobe itself) that focuses on developing best practices around effectively using the technology to drive global digital strategy. We also include a team of Adobe product managers continually working on enhancements to the company’s products to be sure they’re ready for the global market. And our discussions cover a wide range of relevant topics: content translation, integration to translation management systems, multilingual search strategy, building global social communities, machine translation, community translation, multilingual text analytics for automatic keyword generation, and user experience/navigation of complex multilingual websites.
The primary purpose and benefit of the SIG is to learn from our collective experiences. You’ll have access to industry peers who can share their experiences with Adobe CQ and other cutting-edge technologies to build successful global businesses. It’s a place to explore challenges, brainstorm solutions, and help influence Adobe CQ and other Adobe technologies, with the ultimate focus on helping make you more effective.
The SIG meets again late this month to continue discussions on best practices, where Adobe CQ is headed, and general collaboration around using the technology in a global context. We look forward to welcoming representatives from global web/digital strategy, localization/translation, community/social strategy, and IT. If that describes you, we hope you’ll consider joining us!
And due to popular demand, we’re expanding our next meeting to a full day to include sessions around specific customer questions and challenges. Here are all the vitals:
Date: Monday, January 28, 2013
Time: 9:00 AM — 4:30 PM PT
Address: Adobe San Jose headquarters
345 Park Avenue
San Jose, CA, 95110
For more information, any questions and to RSVP, please contact: Christine Duran (cduran at adobe.com) or Mengmeng Niu (nium at adobe.com).
Multilingual Content Program manager