Innodata to Feature Value-Based Publishing Strategies At Seybold New York
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK----Feb. 19, 2002--INNODATA CORPORATION today announced that it will feature its new suite of value-based XML publishing strategies at the Seybold New York publishing tradeshow taking place at the Javits Center in New York City February 19 - 22.
The theme of the show is "Enterprise Publishing Solutions for Tough Times.'' Scores of exhibitors and over 15,000 visitors are expected to attend throughout the four-day period.
"Seybold will be our first opportunity to showcase for our client base the substantial value that Innodata, together with our new systems engineering division, ISOGEN, can bring to publishers of digital content who seek to optimize their content ROI,'' stated Jack S. Abuhoff, Innodata's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "Today, more than ever before, our clients demand the highest possible returns on their digital assets. We will present in clear terms seven integrated strategies that we can now implement for our clients to deliver substantially improved returns on digital content investments.''
Innodata acquired ISOGEN International in December 2001. ISOGEN designs, architects, and implements advanced publishing systems based on XML (and other related standards). Its 44 systems engineers include well-known industry experts who have defined many of the current and pending XML-related standards at the W3C, ISO, IETF, and OASIS.
"To derive maximum ROI on digital content, our clients need the ability to use their content assets to serve multiple information products simultaneously and to create entirely new products quickly in response to market opportunities,'' stated George Kondrach, ISOGEN President. "ISOGEN's XML-based systems design approach, combined with Innodata's ability to build rich XML repositories quickly and economically, deliver the return-on-investment that content owners are seeking.''
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