Press release – March 5, 2015
OpenMarket, a leader in enterprise mobile engagement, today announced that Oisin Lunny, senior market development manager for OpenMarket, will lead two panel discussions at the upcoming SXSW. The 22nd annual event will be held in Austin, Texas from Friday, March 13 through Saturday, March 21, 2015. It attracts over 70,000 attendees interested in cutting-edge technologies and digital creativity across three distinct themes – interactive, film and music.
Lunny will chair a panel on The Mobile UX Revolution – Magnificent or Meh from 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM CT on Monday, March 16 at the JW Marriott, Salon B. This panel will examine how the proliferation of digital interactions is changing the approach to user experience. He will also chair a panel on Mobile Music Geekout – Marketing, Content, & Hot Tech on Wednesday, March 18 from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM CT at the Austin Convention Center, Room 13AB. Panelists will discuss how to bring music to the mobile marketplace, from effective marketing strategies to hot new apps and the latest hybrid revenue models.
SXSW features seven days of presentations and panels, networking events hosted by industry leaders and special programs showcasing the best new websites, video games, films, music, and startup ideas the community has to offer. For more information or to register for the event, visit the SXSW event page.
OpenMarket, a division of Amdocs, helps enterprises use mobile to transform their business. OpenMarket provides mobile engagement solutions for organizations to optimize their operations and enhance relationships with their customers and employees. Major enterprises choose OpenMarket for our domain expertise, service flexibility, demonstrated performance and reliability, global scale, and corporate maturity. We provide smart, interactive connectivity to more than 200 countries, enabling businesses to engage with nearly every mobile user around the world. Our clients trust us to power their mobile business. For more information, visit www.openmarket.com.