Plumb Design to Present at Internet Content Management 2001 Conference
New York, April 5, 2001—Plumb Design will conduct a session at this year's Internet Content Management conference, taking place at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston from April 23-25. Carsten Wierwille, Director of Client Services, will lead the session, titled "Architecting Content Management Systems," on Tuesday, April 24, from 2:00 to 2:50 p.m.
Among other topics, the presentation will cover:
  • Vendor selection
  • Interface design
  • Workflow
  • System flexibility
Internet Content Management 2001 brings together industry leaders to talk about trends in content creation, management, and delivery of dynamic content. For more information, go to
About Plumb Design
Plumb Design, Inc., creates online experiences that facilitate the exchange of knowledge and the interplay of ideas. Plumb Design designs and develops software, Web applications, and communication platforms. Plumb Design Services provides strategic consulting, Web design, custom software development, and systems integration services for Global 5000 companies and major nonprofits. Our wholly owned subsidiary Thinkmap Inc. develops software, including Thinkmap®, a platform for animating and displaying complex sets of interrelated information, and Condensity®, software that shrinks, obfuscates, and optimizes Java code. Plumb Design, a closely held corporation, is backed by GFT Technologies AG and Motorola, Inc. Clients include Merrill Lynch, Experience Music Project, and the Smithsonian Institution. More information about Plumb Design Services can be found at More information about Thinkmap can be found at
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