Quark and Industry Leaders Present Best Practices for Achieving ROI with Intelligent Content
DENVER - 2/23/2010 - On March 2, 2010 Quark and industry experts will present use cases—including a success story about IBM Microelectronics, a DITA innovator—that prove how intelligent content can be integrated with existing enterprise architectures to help content creators working in Microsoft® Word adopt XML to improve collaboration and streamline the creation, management, and publishing of technical information.
Attendees of this eSeminar will join Michael Boses, director of XML technology for Quark; Ann Rockley, president of The Rockley Group; and Steve Studer of IBM Software Group who is responsible for IBM Enterprise Content Management Products and Strategy for a lively discussion that examines best practices for creating technical information that can be published dynamically to increase productivity and generate return on technology investments.
Date: March 2, 2010
Time: 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 am. MT
For more information about the eSeminar panelists and to register please visit the event site.
Quark® Inc. (www.quark.com) is a leading provider of publishing software for professional designers, small and mid-sized businesses, and large organizations in more than 160 countries. Two decades ago, our flagship product — QuarkXPress® — changed the course of traditional publishing. For more than 25 years, Quark has built on its knowledge and experience in design and publishing to provide software solutions that support collaborative workflows and automated publishing across multiple channels. Today, Quark is revolutionizing publishing again by setting new standards in XML-based publishing across print, the Web, and digital media as well as by helping small and mid-sized businesses promote their products and services easily, professionally, and affordably. Denver-based Quark Inc. is privately held.
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