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Canon (UK) B2B Tridion Case Study at ECM Show Olympia

October 13, 2003

Volt Europe and Canon UK present a case study of the B2B solution created using Tridion Enterprise Content Management Solution 4.4

About the ECM Show

The event is built around several free seminars across four streams - content, document, knowledge and information management, with extra sections for the public sector.

Case studies involve firms like British Airways, retailer Phones 4U, Canon, airport operator BAA, chip-maker ARM, and The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

When: 7-8 October 2003, 10am-5pm; 9 October 2003, 10am-4pm
Where: Olympia, Hammersmith Rd, London

Canon (UK) Volt Presentation

The presentation given by Oliver Cownden and Chris Mills demonstrated the B2B features developed for the Canon UK Extranets by Volt , some of the featured shown :

  • sophisticated personalization with streamlined roles and permissions
  • advanced personalized pricing application and personalized search
  • News, promotions and Incentives with news tracking
  • simple web publishing and content management
  • Site Administration, registration and user management

The solution is built as a secure authenticated ASP application with Tridion DialogServer on a Microsoft IIS and SQL platform.

Download powerpoint presentation Canon Volt Pres Oct 2003v2.0.


“Volt has worked closely with Canon (U.K) Ltd in developing next generation Extranet functionality which will benefit both our customers and our business. This will help to deliver improved personalized communications ensuring our customers are kept up-to-date with relevant information and business opportunities ”

Oliver Cownden, Canon (U.K.) Ltd e-Business Marketing Manager


“The Tridion CMS provided the ideal framework to support the features required for the secure  Canon B2B solution”

Chris Mills, Volt Europe Technical Project Manager

Posted by:Chris Mills

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