Picture of Peter SejersenPeter Sejersen

Analyst, J. Boye

Peter Sejersen works as an Analyst at J. Boye. Peter has most recently been co-authoring The Enterprise Social Software Report and The Enterprise Portal Report; both published by CMS Watch. Peter is currently working on a large report on Google in the Enterprise with CMS Watch. Moreover, he is also responsible for J. Boye’s websites and assists with the Communities of Practice.

In August 2008 Peter received his MA in Multimedia Science and Literature from the University of Aarhus. His thesis argues the necessity of looking beyond the interface as a surface with usability as the top priority, exemplified by Google.

Outside J. Boye, Peter is a dedicated music festival enthusiast and attended both the Roskilde Festival, the Skanderborg Festival and the Samsø Festival this year.

J. Boye

J. Boye is an independent, vendor-neutral analyst firm focusing on several aspects of digital media, including web strategy, governance, intranet, portals, social media and CMS.

With a mission to help mature a young market our main activities are:

  • The J. Boye Community of Practice
    Knowledge sharing in a vendor-neutral, professional and stimulating environment.
    The core idea or “foundation” of our Community of Practice is knowledge sharing among members with comparable roles and challenges. The aim is sharing of best practice, experiences and state of the art solutions, raising the bar for online content, processes and products. We have more than 200 members in 10 European countries.
  • J. Boye Conferences
    We host user conferences with tutorials, discussions and topical tracks. Our unique position as facilitators of the J. Boye Community of Practice means we are in constant dialogue with many interesting companies and organisations. We feed the challenges, problems and success stories of all our members into the planning of the conferences. This ensures that our conference programs are relevant. jboye08 is our biggest and most ambitious conference thus far with 8 daily tracks, over 75 speakers and upwards of 300 delegates. Our next conference is in Philadelphia, US in early May.
  • Reports
    J. Boye regularly publish own analyst briefings, most recently Best Practices for Using SharePoint for Public Websites and Wiki in the Enterprise. We also contribute to several CMS Watch reports, including the recognized Web CMS Report, the Enterprise Portals Report and the Enterprise Social Software Report.
  • Services
    We can assist at all stages and during all phases of project scoping, development and execution. We lead organisations safely through web and intranet projects, and help them ensure they make the right decisions every step of the way.
  • Events
    We organise and host a wide variety of events:
    • Half and full day seminars
    • Courses
    • Master Classes
    • Community of Practice meetings
    • Conferences
    Our seminars and conferences are open to anyone interested in the topic on the program. Members of our experienced team host, present, chair and moderate the events, ensuring appropriate levels of expert input and time for questions and answers.

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Wednesday, November 5th: 7.45 – 8.45

Track: Web marketing & metrics

Introduction for Newcomers

An introduction to content management, the dominant technologies and the general market place - seasoned with good advices.

Attend this early session if you are new to the field or would like a reminder of the basics. In one hour, you will be introduced to the main topics enabling you to benefit more from the rest of the conference. Avoiding technical jargon, the following questions will be answered:

  • What is content management?
  • What different technologies and areas are there?
  • How does the marketplace look?
  • What you should do about it!