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Nuxeo Opens Office in Japan to Meet Increasing Demand for Content Services Platforms

The Recognized Visionary among Content Services Platforms Expands into Asia to Increase Sales and Support in the Region Nuxeo, a leading cloud-native Content Services Platform, announced the opening of its Japan office in Tokyo. The new office in Tokyo is part of the company’s commitment to increasing its presence in Japan and the Asia-Pacific (APAC) market. At the time of this announcement, Eric Barroca, CEO of Nuxeo, said, “Legacy enterprise content management solutions simply haven’t met the demands of companies…

AI-as-a-Service in Martech: Focus on Virtual Assistants, Voice Search, and Location Data Intelligence

Cognitive Automation, Neural Intelligence, Emotional AI, Conversation Assistants, and Proximity Guides -- AI as a Technology Has Come a Long Way Since Its First Mention in a Sci-Fi Novel in the Last Century I always felt that Issac Asimov and Sigmund Freud would have made a fabulous pair as a CTO and a CMO, running a tech company in 2018. Why? Science and creativity, with a touch of human emotion, can solve all the pain points that marketers face today. Most marketing leaders would agree that AI will remain a …

DAM Through the Ages – What’s Next?

Where does one begin when exploring the past four “eras” of technology? So much has changed! With digital asset management (DAM), it’s much easier to take a walk down memory lane. DAM addresses an ancient problem: If we store information outside our brains, how do we make it useful? Cave walls were an answer. Libraries were another answer. With the advent of digital expression, DAM became the most compelling way. Central Library Era It all began in 1992 when Canto Software launched Cumulus. Organizations were…

Interview with Jacco de Bruijn, Head of Marketing & Sales – Libris

"I believe the best marketing is a balance of science and art, which the proliferation of marketing technology supports."On Marketing Technology MTS: Tell us a little bit about your role and how you got here. As the Head of Marketing and Sales for Libris by PhotoShelter, my responsibilities range from building our brand and generating revenue, to managing a team of 20+ marketing and sales experts. This range is a result of the varied experiences that led me to PhotoShelter. After college, I started on the consultancy…