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A Conversation about Digital Experience Composition (DXC) Part 2

An Interview with Adam Conn

In part 1 of my interview with Adam Conn, the VP of Enablement at Uniform, we spoke about DXC, what it is, the terminology you should be aware of and gave you a complete overview of DXC including its benefits and challenges. In this part 2 interview, we'll continue our conversation about DXC including defining the 3 types of DXC available today, how do you go about acquiring a DXC, the details of managing a DXC and will close our conversation talking about its future.

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Meet the GUEST

Adam Conn

VP of Enablement, Uniform

Adam started his career working to integrate a call center application with a voice response unit (“Press 1 for warranty information. Press 2 for…”) and was hooked on the challenges of integration. His experience with content management and digital experience software extends back to 2004 when he started working at RedDot, and continued with Hummingbird, Open Text, and Sitecore. Now he's a co-founder at Uniform. The focus of his 20+ year career has been on connectivity, not only connecting systems but also connecting people with their technology by helping to demystify how it works and why it matters.
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Marcelo Lewin

Marcelo is passionate about content modeling, so much so, he spends his weekends creating content models for fun! Yes, we know, he needs to get a real hobby! He's also very interested in content governance, content architecting and headless CMS technologies. As a Senior Content Solutions Architect, he designs content models that are scalable, support single source of truth and are friendly both to developers and content authors alike.
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