Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 12, 2014
Verndale is excited to announce its sponsorship of and participation in this year’s FutureM Conference. FutureM, hosted by the Massachusetts Innovation and Technology Exchange (MITX), is a three-day conference that allows its 3,000+ attendees to discover what’s next in marketing and technology as it’s presented by some of the best and brightest thought leaders, trendsetters and innovators in the space. This year, the conference is larger than ever due to the conference’s joint partnership with Hubspot’s Inbound conference. FutureM will be held at the Boston Convention Center, September 16-18.
As a Gold sponsor, the Experience Technology Company’s presence will be recognized across the conference.
Verndale will also be holding a panel session titled “Blending Commerce and Content: The Shift towards Integrated Commerce and Experience Management.” During this session Verndale’s SVP, Strategy, Sean Rusinko, and EVP, Experience Design, Keith LaFerriere as well as guest speakers from Sitecore and Insite Software will discuss the current commerce space, the importance of this evolving commerce and content integration for marketers and the suggested roadmap that must be in place when planning, designing and implementing a personalized commerce experience.
For more information about MITX’s FutureM, visit their website.
Verndale is an Experience Technology Company building powerful, interactive experiences that combine our expertise in strategy, experience design and technology. By working across disciplines, partnering with the best in the industry and even co-developing with clients – our collaborative style is the key to building remarkable systems that anchor brands, engage customers and deliver business results. Known for and sought after for our ability to take complex data and transform it into beautiful, usable experiences, at Verndale we are constantly evolving to be the leader in experience technology systems. Learn more at http://www.verndale.com
Marketing Lead, Content Manager