Vasont Systems Offers New White Papers on XML Content Management Strategies

Free resources at help technical communicators and publishers implement XML content management

EMIGSVILLE, PA - January 9, 2012 - Vasont Systems, a top provider of XML content management solutions, kicks off the New Year by offering two new white papers that provide technical information about component content management system (CCMS) implementation and strategies for technical communications teams and publishing groups within organizations. The free white papers are available in the Resources section on their corporate website.

One new white paper explains the factors to consider when selecting a content management system for an organization. Entitled Choosing the Right Content Management System, this paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of selecting a system that stays within an organization's comfort zone versus changing current mindsets to new methods.

The other new white paper, called Vasont Translation Savings Feature, focuses on the cost issues surrounding the use of translation memory in language translations. It explains how the Vasont Content Management System's Translation Savings Feature can provide significant cost savings for technical communications groups and buyers of localization services.

"Both of these new white papers offer great information for people who are looking for advice on XML content management and its return on investment," said Suzanne Mescan, Vice President of Marketing for Vasont Systems. "Two of the biggest hurdles to conquer when trying to implement a component content management system are adjusting the way people work and the financial justification for an XML CMS. These papers provide information that can convince management teams that a content management system can be a valuable tool for protecting one of their greatest corporate assets: their content."

Current subscribers can access the white papers using their existing credentials. Visitors to the website can register for access to these and other white papers. Registration information is kept confidential and is never shared.