XML Content Management Explained at STC Rochester's Spectrum 2011
Does more power mean harder to use? Vasont Systems dispels the myths about XML content management systems at regional conference
EMIGSVILLE, PA - March 21, 2011 - For technical communicators who are looking for an education about XML content management, Vasont Systems is providing a demonstration and an educational session about the user experience of its Vasont Content Management System (CMS) at the Society for Technical Communication Rochester Chapter's annual Spectrum 2011 conference. The conference will be held on April 1, 2011 at the CIMS Building on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus in Rochester, NY.
During these presentations, attendees will see and hear firsthand how XML content management works from the perspective of a writer. Harry Porthouse, Eastern Regional Manager for Vasont Systems, will demonstrate several features that make the Vasont CMS easy to learn and use. Attendees will also learn the differences of using a CMS vs. working in a word processing program and how a CMS can benefit technical communication teams.
"Many writers are concerned that the power and size of a content management system means that it will be hard to use," said Mr. Porthouse. "At Vasont Systems, we are focused on the user experience, and our development team creates functionality that makes the Vasont CMS quick to learn and easy to use."
Designed to improve productivity and time-to-market of products, the Vasont CMS makes it easy for organizations to manage their multilingual technical documentation and business information. The system's comprehensive single-source functionality stores content once, ensuring accuracy and increasing the efficiency of repurposing content to multiple media formats while managing the workflow and the overall business process of creating and publishing content.