Three reasons to visit Episerver Ascend
Gold Sponsor and Episerver Premium Partner, CDS extends a warm invitation to you to join us at Episerver Ascend Europe on 15 November 2016 at Kings Place, near Kings Cross, London.
Episerver customers, such as Childline, Arriva Bus, Just Retirement, Metropolitan Police and Bostik will share their CMS and Ecommerce challenges, lessons learnt and the results they’ve seen.
Here are three reasons why we’re excited to share our knowledge and experience with you.
Reason 1: Are you ready for Digital Experience Cloud?
Learn how ‘Digital Experience Cloud’ is transforming customer experience. Ascend offers you insights from transformative strategies to illuminating customer case-studies and inspiration from marketing pioneers. It’s the place to be. Discover how you can take your digital experience to the next level with Episerver Digital Experience Cloud.
Customer Engagement. Marketing Automation. Campaign management. Personalisation. You’ll find the answers, support and inspiration to get it done at Ascend.
Chat with us on our stand at Ascend to get expert advice on moving to Digital Experience Cloud.
Reason 2: Customer story – the Metropolitan Police Service
Join us at 14:20pm to hear Martin Fewell, Director of Media & Communications at The Metropolitan Police Service, discuss how CDS helps the MET to deliver vital services empowering communities with Episerver. Using the system, the MET can now ‘service demand more effectively and efficiently, and can ultimately focus our most precious resources on those most in need of them.’ Vitally important stuff considering the Metropolitan Police Services covers an area of 620 square miles and a population of 7.2 million.
Reason 3: Are you being served?
To extract full value from your Episerver investment you need great partners. Partners who won’t let you down.
Certified to six ISO standards, we’re the UK Episerver Premium Solution Partner certified to IT Service Management ISO 20000, providing ongoing support through our ITIL Service Desk.
Where other agencies may build it and leave, we’re here to help you thrive as you face the strategic AND day to day challenges of digital transformation.
ITIL Service Desk clients include, National Rail, Transport for London, The Environment agency and the British Army. They depend on us and the country depends on them. Because we understand business-critical. And we don’t drop the ball.
Extra bonus reason: Best-in-class personalisation and email marketing comes to the Episerver platform.
Say hello to leading personalisation and customer experience platform, Peerius. But that’s not all. Add powerful, personal email marketing via Optiva. Target one-to-one. Deliver timely, effective communications. It’s time to get up-close and personal.
These acquisitions create exciting possibilities for new and existing Episerver customers. We’d like to help you put them to work in your business. Why settle for CMS, when you could have end-to-end marketing?
We look forward to seeing you at Ascend.
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