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The European Union relies on SNAP and K4 Version 6

Friday, January 29, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

With a staff of 655 employees the Publications Office of the European Union publishes the Official Journal of the European Union and other periodically published magazines, reports and books. Further they run several Web sites, such as the European Portal for Research and Development cordis.europa.eu or eur-lex.europa.eu, a portal providing all legal provisions of the EU.

The Official Journal of the European Union (OJ) is published daily – other than holidays and weekends –  in all 23 official languages of the European Union (EU). It consists of two related series (L for legislation and C for information and notices) and a supplement (S for public procurement). The department for multimedia publications produces more than 8,000 publications of institutions, agencies and other organisations for the European Union, among them the collection of the European case-law, special reports, books, brochures, Web sites, CD-ROMs and DVDs.

By signing a framework agreement, the European Union has entrusted SNAP Innovation with the delivery and implementation of the Crossmedia Publishing Platform K4 Version 6, in order to be able to efficiently coordinate the cooperation of 50 proof readers, 30 productioners and more than 50 external authors and prepress service providers. K4 will be integrated via the Documentum-based planning and administration software Plan-Publi and the mark-up language Formex. External authors will be able to work copyfit mainly via Web browser from the new K4 Web Portal, without being obliged to locally install software or fonts.

 

 

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