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What does OMS stand for?

OMS stands for Online Marketing Summit (various locations)


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21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Tackling the hottest topics in digital marketing today, Online Marketing Summit (OMS) 2013 successfully provided marketing professionals with three days full of informative sessions, interactive workshops and dynamic panels that spanned content marketing, demand generation, social strategies, search marketing and more.
SAN DIEGO, February 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Community initiatives provide invaluable resources to reach, engage and empower web content management, digital marketing and customer experience strategy practitioners Ektron, the company that empowers organizations to fully realize their websites' marketing and revenue-generating potential, today announced at the Online Marketing Summit an expansion of its Global Community Practice initiatives to provide content and other contributions from a wide variety of experts and thought leaders.
com), the technology leader in on-demand marketing automation and partner relationship management (PRM) solutions, today announced it will offer an exclusive Marketing Automation Readiness Lab at the Online Marketing Summit (OMS) 2012, February 6-9 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront in San Diego.
7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- To many online marketers and digital communicators, converged media - the blending of paid, owned and earned media - signifies valuable opportunity, and at the upcoming Online Marketing Summit in San Diego, multiple PR Newswire representatives will address attendees to discuss best practices to leverage the opportunities, maintain effective cross-channel engagement and build influence and credibility across multiple media spheres.