Michelle Manafy of InfoToday and the Managing Director of E-Content Magazine has sent out a call for speakers for the Enterprise Search Summit in New York City in May 2009. The deadline is coming up November 10, and we've been negligent in getting the request our sooner.
The ESS NY show is always a great event - great speakers, great venue, and a great way to meet and talk shop with hundreds of people who are facing the challenge of making search work. If you have an idea for a presentation, or want to share your success with others, submit your idea electronically before Monday the 10th.
Her note follows:
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Search Summit: Enabling Information Access
for Submissions November 10, 2008]
We are now accepting
proposals to speak at the Enterprise Search Summit East 2009, which will be
held May 12-13 in New York. (Pre-conference sessions May 11). Proposals
are now being accepted at https://www.enterprisesearchsummit.com/2009/CallForSpeakers.shtml
The deadline for
submitting proposals is November 10, 2008.
We seek dynamic speakers
who can talk knowledgeably about detailed aspects of how to implement and
maximize search within an organization. Search can no longer be viewed as a
stand-alone application. It is increasingly part of everything we do and has
become the de facto gateway to information in the enterprise. This
year’s Summit will examine the ways to leverage search tools, information
architecture, classification, and other strategies and technologies to enable
Ours is a well-informed,
tech-savvy audience, so proposals should be specific and detailed. Consider topic
the gateway to enterprise information
search into other enterprise systems
your search solution/ Task-specific search
records management, and eDiscovery with effective search
your search engine
search and social tagging strategies & solutions
intelligence, data mining
tools—context, facets, entity extraction, clustering, and visualization
trends, the future of search
human-computer interaction/ Good interaction design
strategies for enhancing an existing solution
If you represent a
company that has an enterprise search software product, your best bet to be on
our program is to collaborate with a customer to submit a case study to be
presented by them, following the guidelines above and on the website.
Thank you. I look
forward to receiving your proposals.
Enterprise Search Summit
Enterprise Group, Information Today, Inc.
Do it now!