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XyEnterprise launches new version of content management software

XyEnterprise, a provider of XML content management software, has released its update version of Contenta S1000D content management software, which provides expanded support for the S1000D specification.

By CBR Staff Writer

Contenta S1000D provides an integrated workflow that can clearly distinguish between work-in-process and approved or published content. It can control access to data modules based on user roles and project status, provide locking mechanisms to prevent inadvertent parallel editing, and provide reports on due dates and status throughout the entire editorial and publishing process.

The Contenta S1000D software leverages Contenta’s object-oriented architecture, history, version control and automated workflow. It can also manage and store legacy SGML and XML content written to other standards, as well as graphics and unstructured content such as FrameMaker and word.

Contenta S1000D provides the infrastructure, application integration and comprehensive tool set required to work with the S1000D standard across the information lifecycle. This update to Contenta S1000D includes enhancements that automate many of the tasks required in an S1000D environment.

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