The XML content management system vendor DocZone (news, site) which was bought out last year by Really Strategies (news, site) has just added another pricing scheme to its SaaS offering for publishers and technical writers, by offering them the option to pay-per-page.
Under the new pay-per-page option, users will be given full system capabilities for editorial and production with access to all features, the amount they pay is based on the number of final pages produced.
And really that’s not bad when you consider that DocZone Publisher is an "all inclusive" Web-based editorial and production system that supports the creation, management, translation and single-source publishing of content.
Powered by the open-source Alfresco CMS platform, DocZone Publisher includes:
- An authoring tool for distributed teams accessed via a browser
- Easy and efficient search and query of all content
- Numerous content management abilities including versioning and access control
- Workflow management
- Language translation tools.
When Really Strategies bought DocZone in July last year we speculated that by combining the two most price efficient solutions on the market -- Web CMS from Really Strategies and SaaS publishing from DocZone -- users could be looking at considerable economies for the future.
This new pay-per-page scheme would seem to bear that out with the only question now being what other pricing packages we will see in the future.