RSuite CMS, a leading publishing automation and multi-channel publishing content management solution announced today version 4.1. RSuite 4.1 provides an extensive use of templates to drive efficiencies into the book publishing process. The pre-configured environment allows book publishers to realize their goal of multi-channel publishing by simply utilizing the free Microsoft Word templates to automatically generate XML, ePub, PDF, and other outputs.
|Audubon, Pa.- December 17, 2013-RSuite CMS, the leading multi-channel Content Management System for the publishing and media industry, has been selected by HarperCollins Publishers and HarperCollins Christian Publishing as their workflow and content management system. HarperCollins is one of the world's leading English-language publishers known for being a broad-based publisher with strengths in literary and commercial fiction, business books, children's books, cookbooks, narrative nonfiction, mystery, romance, reference, pop culture, design, health, wellness, and religious and spiritual books.|
RSuite CMS, a content management system for publishers, today announced the latest version of its software, RSuite 4. Combining a superior user experience with proven and secure content management provides publishers with the ability to use the best of today's technologies to create, store, manage, transform, and deliver any content to any format.
SLACK implemented RSuite CMS by Really Strategies, Inc. as its content management system to automate distribution of its journal content to licensing channels.
In today’s publishing world, content must be easily and instantaneously manipulated—no matter whether it’s headed to the Web, a magazine or a directory, burned to a CD or DVD, or broadcast in the form of a podcast. “Content repurposing … should certainly be top-of-mind for magazine publishers,” suggests John Kreisa, director of product marketing, Mark Logic Corp., San Carlos, Calif. “Putting the right infrastructure in place is key to tapping into that market. …” But evaluating whether to “build or buy” is often a publisher’s first hurdle. “I think the decision … should be based upon business objectives and expectations for growth,” says Peter