Automated Publishing Helps Businesses Improve Their Bottom Line
Most organizations have automated virtually every aspect of their business—manufacturing, finance, supply chain, customer service, sales force management, human resource management, etc.—in order to increase revenue and decrease costs. However, most organization’s publishing processes—including desktop publishing, word processing, and other daily business publishing processes—have changed little over the last few decades other than to replace typewriters with computers. Though the tools have changed, the processes are inefficient, outdated, and error-prone.
XML Enables Publishing Automation
XML-based technologies enable you to make your information and data more intelligent so that it can be automatically processed by desktop publishing applications, word processors and other publishing applications. This includes automating such tasks as document assembly, formatting, translation, and publishing to multiple types of media. By automating these publishing tasks, you can:
- Reduce the cost and effort of producing your information
- Improve the quality, accuracy and consistency of your information
- Increase the relevance and timeliness of your information
- Simultaneously ship product and supporting documentation for multiple languages and audiences
- Reduce translation effort and costs
- Expand your document offerings to include new types of documents
- Enable personalized content to be assembled dynamically on-demand
Oberon Technologies can help you implement an XML-based automated publishing system. Our consultants are renowned for their understanding of XML technology and its practical implementation in organizations like yours. We work with industry-leading technologies, such as PTC Arbortext, Quark and IBM Enterprise Content Management (ECM), to provide solutions that will best fit your specific business requirements. Let our consultants help get your system up and running faster and at a lower cost.
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