Leading Publishing Platform Software Developer Reveals Plans for Web 2.0 Features.
AUSTIN, Texas — November 06, 2007 — WebWorks.com, a brand of Quadralay Corporation, the leading developer of publishing platform solutions for single-source delivery of online content, today revealed its product plans for 2008 to members of the fast-growing ePublisher user community at RoundUp 2007, the WebWorks conference being held in Austin, Texas.
During the first half of 2008, upgrades to the WebWorks ePublisher Platform will include support for new versions of existing editing tools such as FrameMaker 8 and Microsoft Word 2007, support for new operating systems like Microsoft Vista, and new customer-requested output formats.
A major release of the WebWorks ePublisher Platform is planned for the second half of 2008 that will introduce changes to the ePublisher interface designed to further enhance the user experience and aid workflow. Also announced were plans to introduce various Web 2.0 features. As part of this announcement the WebWorks development team presented an early prototype highlighting potential integration of the ePublisher Platform with the popular wiki collaborative authoring technology.
The ePublisher Platform enables cost-effective processes for efficiently presenting and deploying content in online and print publications. Organizations can leverage existing authoring tools and content management systems with ePublisher to meet organization-wide publishing needs. Its open system architecture, based on industry-standard XSL, enables a large degree of flexibility, customizability, and migration investment protection.
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WebWorks.com, a brand of Quadralay Corporation, is the leading provider of comprehensive online publishing and help system delivery solutions. Its products and services constitute the definitive single source for all its customers’ ePublishing needs. WebWorks.com specializes in content conversion software that outputs Web, online help, and technical publication formats. The ePublisher Platform can automate the conversion of source documents in popular authoring formats such as DITA-XML, FrameMaker, or Word and convert them to multiple end-user formats such as WebWorks Help, HTML, CHM, and PDF. ePublisher’s conversion system is based on XSL so that output formats can be customized or even developed from scratch if needed. Quadralay Corporation, based in Austin, Texas, was founded in 1992 as part of the University of Texas Technology Incubator program. Quadralay currently has thousands of customers in over thirty countries worldwide.