Posted by Mike Cassettari at Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Regular readers of our blog are probably familiar with our Info Pro-files series, where we interview information professionals about what they're working on, their opinions and analysis of industry news, personal interests and endeavors, and anything else that makes them who they are.
It's been a great series so far. We've interviewed dozens of info pros and made new friends along the way. But there are many more info pros out there we'd love to talk to! We want to feature the great minds shaping our industry, and shed light on the ideas and innovations happening both on and off the radar of mainstream press.
Together, we make the industry what it is today, and what it will be tomorrow. I know there are some amazing things taking place in organizations around the country, and around the world. But how often do you have the chance to share it with your peers?
Our Info Pro-file series gives you the spotlight to promote your work to the industry and get feedback. We're all about link love here too, and encourage all our participants to share their interviews on their blogs, websites, etc.
So here's my decree: Step right up and be featured in our Info Pro-file series! For more details on how the series works, you can read the press release we issued yesterday from the SLA 2010 Conference. If you have questions or want to be featured, contact us at email@example.com.
And lastly, you can follow the series by bookmarking the Info Pro-file tag on our blog. Hope to hear from you soon!
Inmagic Hosts Industry Thought Leadership Podcast Series
"Info Pro-file" series offers a collection of views and advice on industry trends from thought leaders across E2.0, KM, and Library 2.0
WOBURN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Industry thought leaders across Enterprise 2.0, knowledge management, Library 2.0, and other related areas are participating in an Inmagic® podcast program that offers them an opportunity to share their perspectives on industry and technology trends.
Bill Ives, KM writer, speaker, and VP at Darwin Ecosystem; Gil Yehuda, Enterprise 2.0 analyst and consultant; Cindy Sullivan, information management consultant and former Library Director at Fidelity Investments; and David Meerman Scott, marketing strategist and author of an award-winning bestseller, are just some of the experts helping to shape, and in some cases, redefine how Enterprise 2.0 is restructuring the worlds of knowledge management and special libraries. These experts are just some of the many voices you can hear on "Info Pro-files," the information professionals' podcast and Q&A series on http://blog.inmagic.com.
Inmagic is calling all industry professionals to share their perspectives in their own Info Pro-file. Inmagic conducts the interviews through interactive Q&A sessions or podcasts with E2.0 thought leaders, innovative information professionals, knowledge management experts, consultants, and practitioners from its customer community across a range of specialties, including E2.0 adoption, ROI from social media and Social Knowledge Network business solutions, the semantic Web, social libraries, collaboration, and more.
Conversations are posted to the Inmagic blog, uncut and unedited, to give listeners an honest slice of each info pro's life -- both professionally and personally. Views of the participants are independent from Inmagic's products and services.
"Inmagic's Info Pro-file series is a resource for information pros, knowledge workers, bloggers, customers, and journalists alike to share and learn who's doing what, when, where, why, and how," says Mike Cassettari, Vice President of Marketing at Inmagic. "Our moderators ask the hard and soft questions to get to the heart of what matters to practitioners in the industry today. You won't hear promotional plugs and staged responses. You'll just hear honest, unvarnished insights from the professionals who make our industry tick."
Inmagic turns the spotlight on professionals across all levels of business, large and small. It gives them a platform to share their experiences with new technologies, trends they're following, initiatives they're deploying, challenges they're facing, and changes they're making in their organizations and in the industry. Listeners and readers are invited to give their reactions and feedback in the comments under each profile.
Inmagic invites all information professionals interested in being featured on its Info Pro-file series to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can follow the series by bookmarking the Info Pro-file tag on Inmagic's blog.
ABOUT INMAGIC, INC.
Inmagic® is a leader in developing and implementing Social Knowledge Networks (SKN) for enterprise organizations. For nearly 30 years, Inmagic has helped information and knowledge-driven organizations manage, access and publish information. Today, our award winning Inmagic® Presto SKN application helps business users access and search relevant content and community insight across enterprise silos to create an environment focused on addressing high-value business processes and objectives. Organizations across a range of industries including ACLU, City of Edmonton, Laureate Education, Maple Leaf Foods, MRA, NASA, The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, the San Francisco Symphony and Wyeth Consumer Healthcare (now Pfizer), rely on Inmagic to improve productivity and collaboration, retain and preserve knowledge and foster greater innovation. Find out how much your organization really knows. Visit Inmagic at www.Inmagic.com.
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Inmagic company fact sheet: http://www.inmagic.com/company/Inmagic-At-A-Glance.pdf
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