|Information Today, Inc. (ITI) and Online, Inc. have announced that
the KMWorld Conference and Exhibition and the Intranets Conference and
Exhibition will be held together October 2931, 2002 at the Santa Clara
(California) Convention Center. In a separate announcement, ITI has announced
the release of the Directory of Library Automation Software, Systems,
and Services, 2002-2003 edition, compiled and edited by Pamela R. Cibbarelli.
KMWorld and Intranets
The combined event will feature seven conference tracks over 3 days
as well as a single expo with more than 100 exhibits. This meeting, which
focuses on knowledge management, intranets, and portals, is designed for
developing and evaluating enterprisewide KM strategies and for implementing
collaborative intranet and portal strategies and technologies that meet
Tom Hogan, CEO of Information Today, Inc., said, "Intranets and portals
are where knowledge management meets the road, so it makes a lot of sense
for these two events to be held together."
Adam Pemberton, CEO of Online, Inc., said: "We're excited to join forces
with ITI and offer attendees and exhibitors a complete conference and expo
experience, from strategic KM planning to practical intranet implementation.
It is the definitive worldwide gathering place for everyone in enterprise
KMWorld will be convening for the sixth year. Its conference program
will be co-chaired by Jane Dysart and Hugh McKellar and includes tracks
on KM Strategy & Results, KM Tools & Technologies, KM in Context
& Community, and KM & Content Management. Over 50 companies exhibited
at KMWorld 2001.
Intranets is convening for the fourth year and will be chaired by Nancy
Garman. Conference tracks include Intranets That Work; Intranets &
Content Management; and Intranets, Portals, and Web Services. Over 60 companies
exhibited at Intranets 2001.
Exhibit and sponsor sales will be managed by ITI's David Panara. He
can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at 609/654-6266.
For more information about KMWorld & Intranets 2002, contact ITI's
Tom Hogan Jr. at email@example.com
or 609/654-6266, or contact Online, Inc.'s Andrew Pemberton at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 203/761-1466, Ext. 511.
Library Automation Directory
Published biennially since 1983, the Directory of Library Automation
Software, Systems, and Services is recognized as the primary reference
source for software packages used in automating libraries.
This new and expanded edition includes more than 300 pages of software
for library automation, information management, text retrieval, and citation
management, plus a compilation of library automation consultants, retrospective
conversion products and services, Internet resources on the topic of library
automation, database hosts, CD-ROM distributors, library automation books
and serials, and more than 100 important meetings and conferences. The
20022003 edition contains more comparative information on library
applications software than any other source, according to the announcement.
Source: Information Today, Inc., Medford, NJ, 800/300-9868, 609/654-6266;