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Seize the Opportunity to Maximize your HCL Commerce Investment

Thur Jun 20, 2019 • 1-1:30 pm Eastern

Investing in IBM's eCommerce platform was smart. But the recent divestiture of WebSphere Commerce to HCL likely raises some questions. What can you do to keep your HCL Commerce (formerly IBM WebSphere Commerce) investment on track and moving forward? 

Join CoreMedia and Zilker for this exclusive 30-minute webinar and we'll walk you through everything you need to know to transform your customer experiences with advanced brand management and turn disruption into opportunity.

Brand Orchestration and Advanced CMS

Change is unsettling, but there's no need to worry. There are now more options than ever for HCL Commerce (formerly IBM WebSphere Commerce) customers looking to enhance their platforms to deliver incredible, multi-channel, personalized customer experiences. Let us show you how to orchestrate iconic online experiences at scale, including launching omnichannel marketing campaigns in just hours.

What You'll Learn

Our experts will help your understand the history and likely future of the IBM HCL deal, share examples of how leading brands have transformed their business with advanced content management, and demonstrate a proven path to success that takes into account your current situation and models your potential results.

Our Presenters

from CoreMedia and Zilker

Brent Murray, North American Sales Director at CoreMedia

As a former IBM Global Software Solutions Executive, Brent brings over 20 years of experience in IT solutions across consulting, solution architecture, delivery, sales and go-to-market strategy.  He has deep expertise in the areas of eCommerce, content management, and customer engagement solutions.

Rick Miller, VP of Commerce, Marketing and Analytics at Zilker Technology

Rick is an experienced Business Executive with a demonstrated history of working in the IT and services industry. Skilled in Business Process, Digital Strategy, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and IBM WebSphere Commerce (now HCL Commerce).

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