Workflow solution streamlines content creation and editing processes for major European publisher

January 2007
IM@T.Online;Jan2007, p10
Trade Publication
Case Study
The article presents a case study related to the workflow solution followed by publishing house Kluwer Uitgeverij, which is a division of the international listed publishing group Wolters Kluwer NV based in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Kluwer uses new technology to create products and services, which are especially made to meet the needs and requirements of its customers. Kluwer thoroughly examined the publishing and editing process to identify any improper deviations. All created content is ultimately stored in a content management system, which is used by Kluwer to publish material in several ways. The content can be published in both Internet applications and folio editions.


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