While the traditional publishing process is under immense pressure to contain costs; increase flexibility; and reduce time to market, the expanding digital arena holds the promise for efficient real-time delivery, zero returns and access to both niche and global markets. How then should a publisher implement production workflows that deliver efficiencies to traditional processes while also satisfying the growing demand for dynamic, digital content? Through its partnership with Mark Logic, codeMantra has bridged the gap between traditional publishing processes and the dynamic demands of a growing digital marketplace.
codeMantra has developed a Custom Publishing Module within its collectionPoint™ platform using XML and the MarkLogic Server. This fortified server platform combines the power of XQuery and XML dBase technologies with traditional PDF and word archives to better manage, access, transform, distribute and serve content to on-demand consumers. Through either traditional distribution channels or a customer facing portal supported by collectionPoint™, this powerful set of capabilities will enable publishers to dynamically deliver content in any format, and to any device while also improving the accessibility and discoverability of copy-protected content.
In this session, you will have the opportunity to preview the collectionPoint Custom Publishing Module and learn how to leverage these tools to meet the ever-changing requirements for dynamic content delivery.
Scott Cook is responsible for codeMantra’s technology initiatives and strategies. He has held various management positions within the publishing industry, spanning a 20-year period. His decades of experience have brought equipped him with an understanding of every aspect of the publishing production life cycle — including technology development and implementation, project management, process review and re-engineering, book design, print production management, creative planning, implementation and web content management.
Scott’s first management position was with Macmillan Publishing in 1990, where he managed a production budget in the $ millions and a staff of 20-plus. In 1999, Scott became Director of Content Technology at John Wiley & Sons, where he made major contributions to workflow enhancements and publishing technologies. Later, as the Executive Director of Design and Composition at Thomson Learning, Scott was responsible for overseeing design and composition groups, spread across six locations, with an output volume of 1,300 titles each year.
Now, at codeMantra, Scott is responsible for directing technology-related initiatives across all divisions. He works closely with the production teams, business development teams, and clients in directing technology-based strategies and solutions.
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