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The Beginner’s Guide to Content Automation Now Available from Quark

Friday, October 02, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

SAN JOSE, CA – Quark released today The Beginner’s Guide to Content Automation, a free eBook for professionals focused on solving challenges related to the creation, management, publishing, and delivery of multi-channel content.

Content automation is a transformational approach to streamlining the entire lifecycle of business-critical content. By removing the traditional manual tasks that continue to stifle the content lifecycle, organizations in industries such as finance, manufacturing, energy and government can reduce costs, improve content quality and ensure compliance throughout the process – from creation to consumption.

Download The Beginner’s Guide to Content Automation to:

  • Understand the difference between traditional content workflows and content automation
  • Discover the benefits that enterprise content automation brings to organizations
  • Assess whether content automation can help your business or organization

Content automation is best deployed for business-critical content that has one or more of the following characteristics:

  • A high volume of similar documents
  • A high volume of revisions
  • Frequently repeated creation processes
  • Government-regulated or corporate-regulated documents
  • A high possibility of reusing content across multiple documents
  • Integration of data from databases and other systems into the content. For example, inserting the latest ?nancial information from a Bloomberg data feed into a research report, or inserting technical speci?cations into an infosheet from a product information database
  • Translation to multiple languages
  • Delivery in multiple formats
  • Delivery with multiple presentation styles


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