The SIIA Previews program aims to uncover the most compelling early-
The Summit’s Previews sessions showcase innovative B2B content companies and content-technology companies — with under $10M in revenue. A panel of judges reviews the applications to select the finalists. Each finalist company will provide a 5-minute presentation followed by a 5-minute question and answer session at the 2012 SIIA Information Industry Summit.
“We believe this year’s line‐up of Previews firms demonstrate all of the qualities that point toward success, including ingenuity and resonance within the content and technology industries,”
Past Previews finalists have included companies such as Jigsaw (acquired by Salesforce.com)
“Dozens of strong nominees were reviewed during the Previews process, so we’re thrilled that we've been chosen as a finalist” said Crowd Fusion CEO Brian Alvey. “I'm looking forward to telling our story to this audience of information publishing leaders – and seeing what kind of magic we can make.”
At the Information Industry Summit, Crowd Fusion will showcase its Publish Everywhere platform, which enables publishers to publish content to multiple tablet, mobile and web platforms with existing headcount.
The full list of this year’s SIIA Previews Finalists are posted on the SIIA website http://www.siia.net/
About Crowd Fusion:
Crowd Fusion (http://www.crowdfusion.com), the "publish everywhere" platform, enables publishers to speed the development of new products across multiple platforms and devices. Crowd Fusion's powerful rendering engine serves traditional websites as well as personalized, engaging mobile applications. Running in the cloud, Crowd Fusion provides the scale that category-leading digital media businesses need -- from popular websites like TMZ to groundbreaking new media brands like News Corp's The Daily. Investors in Crowd Fusion include Fuse Capital, Greycroft Partners, Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz
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Crowd Fusion provides a 'publish everywhere' content management platform. Crowd Fusion provides the scale that category-leading digital media businesses need -- from popular sites like TMZ to groundbreaking new media brands like News Corp’s The Daily.