With the new attensa.com site launched today and a new version of the Attensa Managed RSS platform in the bag, we’re heading to Boston for the Enterprise 2.0 conference.

We’re one of pod people in the exhibit area. If you are heading to the conference stop by pod 404 by:

Tuesday, June 10: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm & 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Wednesday, June 11: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm & 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

On Tuesday at 1:00 I’ll be joining a panel hosted by Mike Gotta:

Enterprise RSS: Connecting People, Information & Communities

Here’s the panel overview:

"Delivering a communication channel that enables people to subscribe to the information they need, includes filtering and alerting mechanisms to notify people of important changes, and provides access points across multiple application contexts, is an incredibly powerful solution. Deployment of feed syndication platforms to manage wallemblogproliferation of RSS feeds can improve worker productivity, drive business performance and aid in community-building efforts across people with common information interests. In this panel, senior strategists from leading enterprise RSS vendors and enterprise customers share their perspectives on market trends across different industries."

And we wrap it up on Wednesday afternoon with our friend and customer Patrick Slesinger, the innovative CIO of the Wallem Group,  in a session: Integrating RSS and Business Process.

Patrick will be demonstrating how Wallem is integrating Attensa managed RSS with K2 BlackPearl business process management and workflow tools to automate and communicate procurement processes in a rather unique globally distributed enterprise. Wallem manages more than 300 ships, so most of their offices float and are on the move around the world.