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Need for speed: How fast can you ship websites to market?

See a real-world demo of how to quickly deliver high performing websites & landing pages using a modern composable framework.

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Tue 17 May 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM


Central Otago


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Need for speed: How fast can you ship websites to market?

Digital leaders, engineering & design leads, and digital marketers - if you're after a better option for high-quality, high-performance websites, read on!

Your organisation’s agility is essentially a measure of how quickly you can adapt to changing market conditions and needs. The global pandemic has exposed the challenges for monolithic website and content management platforms, and the challenges this poses to digital and marketing teams.

“By 2023, organizations that have adopted an intelligent composable approach will outpace competition by 80% in the speed of new feature implementation.”

Gartner Research (Adopt a Composable DXP Strategy to Future-Proof Your Tech Stack)

If you find that it is taking too long to launch new websites or make major changes; then this is the session for you.

See a real-world demo of how to design, build and deploy a new website using a modern composable framework that helps you understand the possibilities available today.

Free to attend - we welcome an optional donation to Save the Children, helping Ukraine refugees.

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Jon Beattie

Chief Digital Officer | Apolinar

Jon is a SAFe 5 Program Consultant (SPC) with over 20 years experience in digital and technology leadership. He has worked with a broad range of organisations and industries in the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, on projects for Microsoft, Sony Computer Entertainment, Air New Zealand, World Vision, St John, Yellow Pages, Commbank, Royal Mail, Barclays, and McLaren.


He has delivered hundreds of digital and technology projects during his career and is known for his strong strategic focus and ability to traverse commercial and technology to create great customer experiences, leveraging best of breed technology. 


Jon is also an active investor in the start-up community, and acts as an advisor and non-executive director to many start-up teams. Jon is a Limited Partner in the Global From Day 1 - Fund II venture capital fund. Outside of the business world, Jon is also an active reserve soldier in the NZ Army, responsible for training combat engineers, and has served overseas on humanitarian and reconstruction projects in the Pacific.

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