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Frost & Sullivan Report: Analysis of the Global Dynamic Publishing Market

White Paper Published By: Quark Software
Quark Software
Published:  Mar 19, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  35 pages

To ensure content is accessible to the largest audience possible, organizations are implementing dynamic publishing solutions for the creation, repurposing, and delivery of content.

These dynamic publishing solutions will become increasingly valuable to content creators looking to address the largest audience possible. In their recent report, Analysis of the Global Dynamic Publishing Market, Frost & Sullivan examines the substantial adoption of dynamic publishing and the impact dynamic publishing is having on enterprise organizations.

According to the report findings, only a few vendors in the dynamic publishing space offer an end-to-end solution, including structured authoring, design and a complete platform for the management and delivery of content.

Access the report to:

  • Learn why dynamic publishing solutions are gaining significant traction across all industries and verticals
  • Discover which vendors are competing in the market from those that offer point-solutions, such as XML authoring tools, to those offering complete end-to-end platforms
  • Access the latest research and predictions on the dynamic publishing market, which is expected to reach $2.5 billion by 2017

The growth of the global dynamic publishing market is shaping the way organizations will develop streamlined enterprise content management strategies, keep up with shifting end-user content consumption trends and acquire the best solutions for scalability, output and ease-of-use. Learn more by downloading the most recent Frost & Sullivan Dynamic Publishing Market Report.

Tags : 
xml authoring, structured authoring, structured content, dynamic publishing, enterprise publishing, automated publishing, publishing automation, xml publishing

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