WoodWing (news, site) launches the latest version of its Enterprise 7 Publishing System, packing in improvements for search and production, and adding a much-evolved Content Station to make managing media less of a chore.
Publishers Take Note
WoodWing aims to save publishers of books, magazines and online content time and money with the latest version of its Enterprise Publishing System. Having recently tied up with celum to add DAM capabilities via Content Station, the server-based Enterprise 7 also adds social media integration to the likes of Twitter, Facebook and others, as we have recently covered.
First unveiled back at IFRA 2009, Content Station is a practical tool for content producers and a major step for the Enterprise product, helping to put a lot of the work done by editorial in one place. Tasks including initial planning, content gathering, process management and publishing can all be handled from there.
Browse Flickr archives with Content Station
Integration with WCM Systems
For Web publishers, Enterprise can be linked to content management systems, allowing users to . preview content, publish or update pages or entries, all from within Enterprise. With its support for Drupal, eZpublish, Moveable Type and WordPress, you can publish to most popular blog and CMS systems.
Improvements in Search
The boost in search allows results to be viewed in a faceted manner, which can extend to sites such as Twitter or the Web as a whole with previews of the actual content in the same window.
See what the search results find, before going to the content
At the back-end, Enterprise 7 has been tweaked to reduce its memory usage while server performance has been given a boost. Supporting Windows 7, OS-X Snow Leopard and the latest Adobe Creative Suite 4 including extensive InDesign integration, WoodWing Enterprise 7 will fit into any publishing environment, or can work for companies that produces marketing or other documents.
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