empolis and JustSystems Conclude Cooperation Agreement
empolis integrates JustSystems‘ XMetaL into its e:CLS content management solution
e:CLS is a state-of-the-art component content management system for XML and many other formats. The system supports editorial processes, translation and the publication of technical documentation for legal, scientific, media and other publishing organizations. e:CLS’s unique capabilities in information object modularization allow for and make content repurposing and dynamic publishing a reality.
XMetaL is easy and quick to configure and is individually adaptable to practically any publishing environment. Using XMetaL, authors and technical writers can collaboratively manage their structured content in accordance with XML standards such as DITA, DocBook, S1000D, and many others. An open, extremely flexible API allows for smooth integration into other systems and workflows. In the area of technical product information, XMetaL is the authoring software of choice and together with e:CLS create a powerful, easy to use environment for the end-to-end process for dynamic publishing.
Nick Mongston, JustSystems Sales & Marketing Director for EMEA states, “Cooperation agreements with strong partners like empolis are significant for JustSystems as it enables business users to leverage our technology in their content management process. The XMetaL integration into e:CLS offers new, cost-effective possibilities for the development of content management solutions for our mutual customers“.
“We look forward to close cooperation with JustSystems. XMetaL’s excellent capabilities are the ideal ‘fit’ for our e:CLS content management solution. It is the perfect solution when large volumes of information are created, processed and managed”, said Dr. Stefan Wess, empolis CEO.
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