London, UK (PRWEB UK) 17 March 2015
Ixxus has confirmed a double helping of speakers at this year’s London Book Fair. The publishing technology company will contribute two strategic sessions in the Tech Theatre area of the show.
The sessions, held at midday on 15 and 16 April, will take an in-depth look at the trends which are defining and impacting upon the publishing industry, with a particular emphasis upon digital transition and transformation.
Steve Odart, CEO and co-founder of Ixxus, has 28 years of experience in the publishing industry, and has seen it change enormously during that time. His talk, ‘Top Publishing Trends of 2015’, will share his thoughts on some of the trials, trends and tribulations he has seen unfolding this year.
The theme of digital migration will then continue in a talk by Paul Twelftree, Chief Innovation Officer; ‘Your Journey Starts Here: Five Steps to Digital Transformation’.
Working with a cross-section of publishers, including Dorling Kindersley, Pearson and Oxford University Press, both speakers offer unique hands-on insight into the content industry.
“Becoming an agile, digitally-driven organization doesn’t happen overnight,” commented Steve Odart, “It requires commitment to change throughout the organization, and transformation of content, people, processes and systems. Our two sessions at London Book Fair will explore some of the ways in which publishers are embracing transformation.”
To find out more about Ixxus services, visitors should visit Stand 3B32 throughout the show.
Tickets for London Book Fair are on sale now via http://www.londonbookfair.co.uk (Tuesday 14 - Thursday 16 April 2015, Olympia, West London).
Ixxus is a leading global provider of publishing solutions that reinvent the way organizations work with content to drive new revenues and enhance market agility. Ixxus has roots in both traditional and digital publishing, delivering award-winning, collaborative solutions that are uniquely tailored to customer needs.
Ixxus has expertise gained working with some of the world’s biggest names in publishing and media, including Pearson, FOX, Penguin Random House, Boston/St Martin's and Oxford University Press. The company is headquartered in London and Boston.