October 7-10, 2012, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Session Details

A Demonstration of Vanderbilt University’s Use of their Web Content Management System, OU Campus

#COR3 Corporate Track

103 D, Frontier Airlines Center


Lacy Tite, Senior Web Developer of Vanderbilt’s University Web Communications, will share how she helps departments and colleges utilize OmniUpdate’s CMS, OU Campus. Through an analysis of departmental needs and abilities, Lacy will explain how she uses OU Campus to make better, customized web development decisions. Come and learn how OU Campus is successfully utilized with WordPress, and what makes OU Campus the choice for more colleges and universities than any other CMS. Join Lacy and Jeremy Rex from OmniUpdate for this useful demonstration!



Lacy Tite
Senior Web Developer, Vanderbilt University

Lacy Tite has been working in web development for more than 12 years, spending the last five at Vanderbilt University in University Web Communications as Senior Web Developer. Her office oversees all of the top-level websites for the university, provides development/programming/design services for the Vanderbilt community and manages all the university-supported content management systems. 

Tite built the official Vanderbilt WordPress theme that is currently in use across approximately 550 sites (100ish standalone installations as well as a 450+ multisite installation.)

Two of her favorite side projects are working with JMI (justiceandmercy.org) and serving as co-art director for Link (link.highedweb.org). Follow @lacytite on Twitter to see weekly #tuesdayshoes pictures.

Jeremy Rex
Account Executive, OmniUpdate

Mr. Jeremy Rex is a Sales Director for OmniUpdate, the leading provider of web content management systems to U.S. colleges and universities. Mr. Rex joined OmniUpdate in 2008, and is an experienced sales and marketing professional that has worked with a multitude of clients to create and execute successful technologies and integrated marketing programs. He holds his BS in Finance and Marketing from the University of Utah.