XyEnterprise XPP Web Services Toolkit V1.1
XyEnterprise Releases Version 1.1 of XPP Web Services Toolkit
New XPP Personal Edition Available
Reading, MA, USA. December 08, 2003.
XyEnterprise, the leading developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing software, announced today that it has released version 1.1 of its XML Professional Publisher (XPP) Web Services Toolkit. XyEnterprise also announced the availability of XPP Personal Edition, a new single-user version of its proven XML publishing software. Both offerings are available now and add to the numerous deployment options of XyEnterprise's leading XML rendering and transformation technology.
Version 1.1 of the XPP Web Services Toolkit builds on the proven capabilities of the initial release, adding functions for e-mail notification, support for SOAP attachments, improved file manipulation capability, and other enhancements. Through the standards-based XPP Web Services interface, XPP users can proof, modify, and publish their documents in a browser from virtually any location. XPP and its Web Services offerings are used by companies such as LexisNexis, Letterpart, and others to profit from a more seamless content management and publishing lifecycle while reducing deployment time, training, and support costs.
XPP Personal Edition is a new offering designed to meet the needs of users who require the sophisticated composition controls of XPP in a single-user environment. Customers include individual users who have had prior experience with XPP at larger organizations, initial deployments in specialty publishing environments (such as STM journals or reference guides), or remote contributors working for larger organizations. XPP Personal Edition includes the XyView interactive interface with composition and editing functionality, the CITI module for generating Contents, Indices, Tables, and Illustrations, and a choice of two Hyphenation and Justification dictionaries from the over 30 languages supported by XPP. Other optional components (including MathML, XyDiff, EDGAR, and other specialized items) are also available.
"These new options give customers even more ways to leverage XPP's unmatched publishing capabilities," says Richard Pasewark, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at XyEnterprise. "The enhanced Web Services Toolkit allows companies to support new business models for publishing, and XPP Personal Edition extends the power of XPP to organizations of any size."
Learn more about XPP, automated XML publishing, the XPP Web Services Toolkit, and the new Personal Edition version at www.xyenterprise.com; the Web site also provides links to XyEnterprise's ongoing Web Seminar series and recorded events section where you can view these tools in action.
About XML Professional Publisher
XML Professional Publisher (XPP) is the proven standards-based composition, transformation and rendering software for complex and automated publishing in the technical documentation, commercial, legal, journal, financial, and pharmaceutical publishing markets. Leading corporations use XPP to process and transform XML and other structured content into high quality PDF and print output. XPP's Web Services Toolkit is driving new ways to conduct publishing operations and enhance the content lifecycle, creating new opportunities for customer satisfaction, product revenue, and business growth.
Xyvision Enterprise Solutions, Inc. (XyEnterprise) is the leading provider of single source, multi-channel XML publishing solutions. Its XML content management software - Content@ - and its automated XML publishing engine - XPP - power sophisticated solutions for global leaders in the publishing, technical documentation, financial, government, and e-Learning arenas. Its customers include Boeing, Bureau of National Affairs, Gulfstream, IBM, The US Navy, Sun Microsystems, LexisNexis, and many others. For more information, please contact XyEnterprise at 781.756.4400 or www.xyenterprise.com.
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