Quark turns to GPSL for XML

Quark has teamed up with a systems integrator, Global Publishing Systems Ltd, which specialises in advanced publishing solutions for various markets including scientific, government, and financial services environments. GPSL will help customers implement Quark solutions for XML and structured authoring, including Quark Author Web Edition and Quark XML Author. The arrangement will cover the US, Europe (including the UK) and Australia.

The GPSL team is made up of established experts in publishing and structured authoring who help companies re-engineer their publishing processes. They identify, integrate and train publishers on the most cost-effective solutions for making improvements, primarily through the implementation of workflows based on structured content. Structured content is content created with XML that can be authored, managed, searched and reused more efficiently than content trapped in output-specific formatting.

John Friske, Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Services for Quark Software Inc., said, “The key to Quark’s partnership with Global Publishing Solutions Ltd. is that our teams understand structured authoring is going mainstream. Together we have the solutions and expertise to help non-technical writers and corporate publishers around the world easily create content that can be managed and reused without constant rework.”





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