From the author to the completion of the product. SiteFusion is handling the processes along the whole value chain, starting with the author and ending with the finished analog or digital product. Intuitive tools, an efficient workflow as well as the assurance to always be the master of all data and content, allow the publisher a future-proof and cost efficient book production.
Structured teaching content and creative products - nothing that must be contradictory. Until not so long ago, almost all education providers agreed: Education media, especially school books can not be built on basis of structured content like XML. They are creatively developed and the layout determines the content. SiteFusion unifies both worlds: Structure and creativity.
From planning to production: XML first workflow for specialist journals. Media-neutral article creation, planning issues, including advertisement placement and highly automated production - this is how journal production is done today. The SiteFusion solution for journals provides editors and producers with everything they need to be creative as well as efficient to refine Content.
Management and usage of legal text documents Legal publishers can use the SiteFusion solution for legal content in order to maintain their primary content in a media neutral manner and to use it in their products. As with all other XML content, the paragraphs are maintained using the high-performance MarkLogic database.
Manage supplementary delivery- analog and digital. Loose-leaf collections are still considered cash cows of many specialist publishers. To provide the customer base with updated content efficiently, promptly and extensively, in form of a printed supplementary delivery or as part of a digital subscription - this is important for the publishing of loose leaf works.
Images, video, audio and data - central asset management is the basis for everything. The volume data types and formats, which have to be managed by publishers increased exponentially in the last 10 years. New product forms such as various e-book formats or digital channels, each with different requirements for the integrated multimedia files, must efficiently pass through different departments.