Incisive Media, one of the world’s fastest growing B2B information providers, and the organiser of Online Information Exhibition and Conference and Information Management Solutions (IMS) 2009, has gone mobile with the website dedicated to these two events. Incisive Media carried out the project in collaboration with Web Spiders, mobile application development specialists.
These events, which are attended by more than 9,000 visitors from 70 countries across the globe every year, will be held at the Olympia Grand Hall in London, UK, from Tuesday, December 1 to Thursday, December 3, 2009. The website is now accessible from any Web-enabled mobile device.
The website was ported to mobile version using event2mobile, a mobile based platform developed by Web Spiders, which makes it easy for event organisers to make details regarding the events available on any mobile device via a URL.
Neil Burton of Web Spiders commented, “This is excellent technology which will allow visitors to the exhibition and conference to have portable, instantaneous, show information at their fingertips. Web Spiders has seen interest in mobile websites as well as applications grow exponentially and is delighted that the Online Information team recognised the value it adds to the event”. Neil will represent Web Spiders at the event on Thursday, 3rd December to carry out a presentation on how applications can be mobilised to improve eCommerce, automate business processes, and provide access to information.
Entry to the conference is free to all attendees, provided they register in advance. Otherwise, an admission fee of Â£15 will be charged at the gate. Details regarding the registration process are available on (Twitter tag: #online09). In order to view details on the entire conference, you may use the URL You can also call + 44 (0)20 7316 9126. Visitors attending Online Information conference will be provided with badges, which will allow them to attend the co-located IMS 2009 exhibitions as well.
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