About the Rockley Group
The Rockley Group, Inc. (TRG) is the world leader in the development and implementation of intelligent content strategies and structured content management solutions. The Rockley Group specializes in the Life Sciences, Financial, and High Tech industries. TRG helps organizations of all sizes, including many among the Fortune 500; meet the increasing demands of regulatory requirements, complexities of globalization, and growing reliance on mobile devices.
Thought leaders in the content strategy industry, The Rockley Group introduced the concept of content strategy with their ground-breaking book Managing Enterprise Content: A Unified Content Strategy, now in its second edition. The Rockley Group coined the term intelligent content, founded the Intelligent Content Conference, and defined the methodologies and best practices for intelligent content.
From the Blog
We are pleased to announce that the Content Marketing Institute has acquired the Intelligent Content Conferences (ICC). It was a big decision to make because these conferences and intelligent content are near and dear to my heart, but it was time to let them soar higher. ICC has grown by leaps and bounds from a […]
Press Release Cleveland, OH, June 26, 2014 – Content Marketing Institute (CMI) today announced the acquisition of Intelligent Content Conference (ICC), founded by The Rockley Group and co-produced with The Content Wrangler. The Intelligent Content Conference is the largest event in North America focused on helping organizations deliver the right content, to the right audience, […]
There’re some exciting changes in store for the Intelligent Content Conferences. And it’s more than just a change to the logo! On June 26th the Content Marketing Institute purchased them both (the Intelligent Content Conference and Intelligent Content Conference Life Sciences and Healthcare) from The Rockley Group. The conferences were fun, and they were exciting […]
If you weren’t able to make it to the ICC Life Sciences and Healthcare conference in San Francisco in May you can find full videos of the keynote and featured sessions here: Session Videos: Ann Rockley Opening Session – Thursday Intelligent Content for Life Sciences and Healthcare Ann Rockley, President, The Rockley Group The Matt […]
We’d just like to say thank you to everyone who attended the inaugural Intelligent Content Conference on Life Sciences and Healthcare in San Francisco. We had a great time, and were told by many of you that you did too. The videos are and slide decks are becoming available. You can find the slides on […]
Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 1:00pm ET Most organizations have multiple types of customers and many audiences. The standard way to deliver content is to provide all the content a customer needs and let them determine what makes sense for them. But in today’s fast-paced environment few are willing to wade through the volumes of content; […]
March 16 – 10:00am PT/ 1:00pm ET The Core Data Sheet (CDS) is a critical component of the effective creation of Labeling content for different regulatory regions and outputs (Prescribing Information/Package Insert, Package Leaflet, etc.). The content is typically managed in email, complex MS Word documents, or Excel spreadsheets. It is difficult to track content […]
Webinar: Bridging Pharmaceutical Content Silos: Managing Content from Clinical through Labeling and Marketing
April 13 – 10:00am PT/ 1:00pm ET Content is produced for clinical trials, submissions, labeling, and marketing. The content is created, recreated, and recreated throughout its lifecycle. At best case it is copied and pasted into multiple documents. Often times, the original source of the content is lost within the versions. When content changes, it […]
May 4 – 10:00am PT/ 1:00pm ET Pharmaceutical companies must endure the challenges tied with global submissions. From translations to local regulatory requirements, it is difficult to maintain the integrity of Core Data Sheets and ensure consistency across submission variations. When labeling events fast-track submissions, the scramble to pull together content may result in errors, […]
In this STC Summit interview with Adobe, I discuss how many tech writers are “missing the boat” by focusing on legacy content issues, distribution methods and undefined clients rather than finding out who they’re writing for. As I say, we need to think about who will be reading this content, and the information based on […]