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A whole day of case studies on and best practices for solving real world challenges. Presented by people using Kentico every day.


Registration and Breakfast

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Partner Update - 2013 by Eric Webb

Kentico CMS is the right enterprise class solution for everyone and partners are the key to our continued success. Who is the target audience for Kentico CMS? What value will Kentico provide to the success of on-line marketing efforts? This session will provide answers to these questions and best practices for solution selling with Kentico CMS in 2013 and beyond!


Coffee Break

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Web Content Accessibility with Kentico CMS by Andy Thompson

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) are notoriously difficult for newbies, even before throwing a CMS into the mix. Working with government, NFP and corporate clients, Get Started has built up a wealth of experience designing, testing, and implementing for WCAG 2.0 Level A and AA compliance. This session will cover the WCAG 2.0 guidelines, and techniques on how to meet them specifically in Kentico sites, including some hands-on examples with real-life case studies.


Coffee Break

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In the trenches with Responsive Layouts by Mark Ellis

Embarking on building a fully responsive site within the constraints of a CMS can be a daunting task for even the most seasoned developer. With an impossible deadline and an ever increasing feature list, join us as we share a few tales from the trenches.

Travelauto: A Travel Marketplace on Kentico EMS by Ajay Ray

Travelauto is a global network of Car Rentals & Passenger tTransport service providers, enabling them to reach out to customers directly without having to deal with brokers and agencies.


Lunch Break

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Running a Website Company by Daren Hawes

It seems we all face similar issues running our web design companies. Even if you’re a freelancer or a large digital agency the same challenges are seen time and time again. This session is not designed to tell you how to run your business, but instead facilitate a group discussion on similar problems we face day to day.

Topics will be defined, and Daren Hawes, CEO of Web Design Magic, will moderate the conversations with the goal that all involved will walk away with tips on making their web design businesses more productive, professional and profitable. This session is interactive, which will enable partners to discuss similar issues, how best to tackle them and how others have done so in the past.

Building TechEd New Zealand with Kentico EMS by Luke Ballantine and Jashuva Thupakula

The TechEd New Zealand 2013 site was built with Kentico EMS on Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS). This session will cover why we chose to partner Kentico EMS with WAWS and our journey in building the site. We'll talk through some of the challenges we encountered,the solutions we created to address them, and show some demos along the way.  


Coffee Break

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Multi-site EMS deployment considerations by Richard Wright

There are certain considerations about architecture, code structure, reporting and ongoing management when deploying EMS in a multi-site environment (with ecommerce). In this session I will look at examples from the project that we have done recently for DB Breweries (New Zealand's second largest brewer) across their portfolio of beer brands.

Milking the value from a Kentico intranet by Derek Best

Today, successful intranets have evolved to become deeply integrated, highly collaborative platforms that support increased productivity and connectedness. Not only a channel for corporate communications, it effectively engages employees and provides for meaningful interaction and dialogue. Datacom have developed such a solution on the Kentico platform.


Coffee Break

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Looking forward with Kentico CMS by Oldrich Januska

Co-speaker of this session is Martin Hejtmanek. Common for Technology and Partner tracks