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The Inherent Power of Inheritance: Learn What Structured Data Can Do For You

Posted By: SGK September 09, 2014
The Inherent Power of Inheritance: Learn What Structured Data Can Do For You

Get ready to see just how powerful structured data can be for your company. 

In a new BrandSquare Live Session, September 25, 2014 at 1 p.m. EDT, Stephen Kaufman, Chief Technology Officer at SGK, strips away the “IT speak” and shows you how structured data is opening up brand new possibilities for collaborative workflows, more efficient approvals, time and money savings, and much more.

Several forward-thinking global CPG companies have begun leveraging the power of databases to store and organize data such as nutrition information, ingredients, marketing statements, and more. This allows them to open the data up to collaborative workflows, approvals, and mass deployments of text that weren’t possible until now. There’s no limit to the time and money that can be saved. Best of all, taking advantage of these powerful new tools is easier than you think.

Once you learn about the advantages structured data can bring to your company, you’ll wonder how you ever went without. Bringing structure to the information you rely on to do your job can allow you to streamline or automate complex tasks that used to be tedious and time consuming.

Register today for the free webinar, The Inherent Power of Inheritance and you’ll learn how structured data applies to your company, as well as specific case studies illustrating how you can put it in action. See you there!

About Stephen Kaufman:

Stephen Kaufman is a visionary leader who has been featured at technology and graphic arts industry conferences around the world. As Chief Technology Officer for SGK, he directs the development and implementation of strategic technology solutions around such pressing client business issues as globalization, supply chain integration, process automation and environmental sustainability. Kaufman joined SGK in 1993, where he has held a number of technology leadership positions, pioneering the development of what was then the industry's first digital asset management system designed specifically to meet the stringent requirements of the consumer products packaging sector. He has spearheaded many leading technology initiatives for SGK, including streaming soft proofing and implementation of XML-oriented web services for the publication and consumption of workflow data.