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eMerge Brings Scriba XML Technology to WoodWing

Friday, April 29, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Detroit, Michigan – WoodWing Software announced today that eMerge Consulting has become a Technology Partner, bringing its industry-leading Scriba XML technology to WoodWing's worldwide customer base.

Scriba is a complete XML workflow-automation tool built on open standards, including Java, XML-RPC and SQL, which eases the multi-channel delivery of content. Scriba provides users with a complete and rapid development platform with an easy-to-use graphical interface. Scriba puts the power of Java programming, XSLT and system integration into the hands of non-programmers. The data can then be enhanced and repackaged to allow for analysis and delivery to multiple channels, including print, Web, PDF, tablets and other mobile devices.

Shawn Duffy, Managing Partner of WoodWing USA, said that eMerge Consulting was recently elevated to Gold Partner status, serving as a reseller and handling full integration of WoodWing's product line.

"The strength of WoodWing is that our tools and solutions allow publishers to easily and efficiently publish their content to a variety of channels – print, Web, mobile and the emerging tablet market," Duffy said. "We've been the industry leader in this effort, and eMerge's Scriba technology is another outstanding tool that's going to make it even easier for publishers to reach their audiences in every possible way. We're very pleased to have eMerge on board as a Technology Partner."

Michael Sweet, Managing Partner at eMerge Consulting, said the partnership with WoodWing should bring immediate dividends to customers. "eMerge is excited to join forces with WoodWing to bring enhanced functionality to the print and digital publishing markets," Sweet said. "Scriba XML allows customers to integrate their WoodWing Enterprise workflow with content repositories, databases and business systems. Scriba also provides enhanced XML handling capabilities for multi-channel content delivery."


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