The book industry continues to change rapidly, and changes bring success and opportunity to some, transformation and consolidation to others, and failure to those that don’t innovate and adapt to the market. Consumers are demanding to read what, how, when, and where they choose, and to thrive and succeed in publishing today, publishers must enable content for flexibility and portability. As the pressure to invest in the future of content becomes increasingly important, publishers are looking to control costs and gain efficiencies in warehousing, print, and physical and digital distribution. This session, led by Kelly Gallagher, VP, Content Acquisition Content Group, will review how a publisher can make the move from traditional inventory models to complete “on demand” inventory management models, using today’s technology.
This session is sponsored by Ingram Content Group
Kelly Gallagher is Vice President of Content Acquisition for Ingram Content Group. In his role, Kelly manages the Content Acquisition publisher team for North America, and leads Ingram’s selling and business development activities for print-on-demand and digital distribution products. Prior to joining Ingram in October of 2012, he worked for six years at Bowker serving as VP of Publishing Services where he was responsible for the implementation of a host of Bowker business intelligence services, including the PubTrack consumer research panel. In addition to managing consumer research, he was also responsible for sales data collection and analytics tools for the higher education and religious book markets as well as the Pubnet supply chain businesses for Bowker. Previous career experience includes serving 10 years as a publisher, and six years of association work.
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