Austin, TX, & Emigsville, PA, October 31, 2007 - WebWorks.com, a brand of Quadralay Corporation, the leading developer of publishing platform solutions for single-source delivery of online content, today announced that Vasont Systems, a leading provider of content management software and data services, joined its Partner Program. Together, WebWorks.com and Vasont Systems offer their clients an unparalleled depth of expertise to solve complex corporate publishing challenges.
The strategic alliance between WebWorks.com and Vasont Systems will include joint projects, marketing and sales efforts. Additionally, Vasont Systems and WebWorks.com will work together with customers to implement environments where Vasont's content management products are closely integrated with the WebWorks ePublisher Platform to support single-source publishing of content to multiple online delivery formats.
The joint Vasont Systems & WebWorks.com team has already developed and delivered a solution for a leading designer and manufacturer of communications, consumer and storage semiconductors. The integrated solution automates the publishing process from content stored in the Vasont content management system and is totally transparent to the end user, who is notified via e-mail alerts when the content is published and archived.
"Our goal is to make an organization's publishing process as easy as possible," said Suzanne Mescan, Vice President of Marketing for Vasont Systems. "Our partnership with WebWorks allows us to offer a solution for creating multiple online formats behind the scenes that expedites the publishing process for users and delivers their most current information to their customers quickly."
"Vasont has built an excellent reputation in providing solid ROI and benefits to companies who need to manage their structured content," said Tony McDow, Quadralay's CEO. "We strongly believe that by partnering with Vasont and developing a close integration of our products we will be able to offer the best implementations to joint customers wishing to solve complex online publishing problems."
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