Dennis Publishing CMS project based on WoodWing’s publishing platform
The new solution enables a streamlined, integrated and transparent production process. Content is searchable and available for web, licensing, syndication and re-use for other publications, such as the Bookazines that Dennis produces.
WoodWing's publishing platform is at the core of the solution. Its blended media content management and workflow functionality handles text, images, audio, video and more. The open architecture enables tight integration with existing Dennis systems and additional solution components:
- TELL's TIMONE System, the digital flat planning tool, fully integrated with the Dennis ad booking system.
- Dutchsoftware's NetPublishEnterprise, the content archiving solution.
- DXML, a custom content commissioning tool, based on Dennis design and requirements and jointly developed by Dennis and EMS. Commissions can be sent to both internal and external journalists. Submitted articles are inserted directly into the content repository, ready for web use or syndication.
About Dennis Publishing
Dennis Publishing Ltd. is one of the world's leading independent publishers. Founded in 1974, the group consists of a number of operating companies in both the UK and the USA. The company publishes over 30 magazines, digital magazines, websites and mobile sites.
WoodWing creates the most progressive solutions available on the market for the production of print and online publications. Rapid growth worldwide and success across the full spectrum of small to large publishers demonstrate that WoodWing makes the best tools for the best price.
WoodWing Software is located in Zaandam, The Netherlands, and has regional sales companies for Europe, the USA, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America. Customers are served through select partners. For more information, visit www.woodwing.com.
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