Begins at 12pm CDT
When content and digital assets live across multiple systems, issues such as lack of content findability and reusability often occur. Yet, stitching together the systems, data, and processes needed to manage content creation and delivery is a daunting and costly task. Join our webinar to learn how leading brands are leveraging content hubs to provide a collaborative environment, drive content findability and reusability, and reduce costs through technology and content consolidation.
Eugene NikiforovHead of DAM & PIM Practice at EPAM
Eugene is a proactive software industry professional with over 25 years of in-depth experience in discovery, solution design, architecture and program management. As Head of the Product Information Management (PIM) and Digital Asset Management Practice (DAM) at EPAM, Eugene is focused on delivering solution competence in PIM and DAM in B2B and B2C marketplaces for EPAM’s enterprise-level customers.
Chandra SekaranSolution Architect at EPAM
Chandra is a seasoned software professional with over 18 years of experience architecting and building scalable cloud-based web applications for enterprise companies using Sitecore, .Net and Azure. As a Solution Architect at EPAM, his recent experience includes delivering next-generation content solutions and integrations for leading brands in North America.
Corrie SahliEmerging Technologies at Sitecore
Corrie has worked in the Martech space for 15+ years, helping organizations choose the right technology to transform their business. She’s been with Sitecore for two years, with a special focus on Content Hub and the other emerging technologies in the Sitecore suite of solutions.
Jake RyuSenior IT Project Manager
Jake has 18+ years of experience in the IT industry. He joined Pernod Ricard in 2010 at a local affiliate and has since delivered through regional and global headquarters as a Senior IT Project Manager. Jake manages countless IT projects that align with business expectations. He started work for their Sitecore Content Hub project in 2019, intending to build a single source of truth for product master data.