ContentXpress

The printing industry moves at lightning speed and for five generations, Publishers Press continues to offer innovative print and digital opportunities. With our technology development and partnerships, each publisher can remain strong in this fast market. ContentXpress provides a secure and automated pipeline for XML ingestion, text enrichment, storage of tagged articles and images with a user-friendly interface supporting a wide variety of search and retrieval capabilities.

Our enrichment capabilities integrate leading technologies with upfront XML tagging and permits full access through an easy-to-use and intuitive web portal.

The use cases range from the ability to store and archive all current and past publication content, as well as images, in a safe, secure, fully searchable database; the ability to make rapid-fire business and product development decisions based on contextual information search of all published or created content; and the ability to edit from native XML.

What is XML?  XML adds structure to content by using tags. The tags are used as handles to serve content and style sheets are used to format the content.Untagged Article
Tagged Article

ContentXpress offers the ultimate research and content repurpose tool accessible with Cloud content storage, offers 24/7 access via browser with an internet connection along with an unlimited number of concurrent users. User access to your content can be set at the corporate, division or individual title level. Its your content and you determine who on your team has access.

How is content enriched? ContentXpress has stock indexed categories such as Company, Title, Parent Company, Location, Organization, Person, website, Author. Additionally, Wikipedia data is used to provide additional information and categories specific to the niche.

 In addition to special interest publications, publishers can repurpose content for the following:

  • Blog
  • Website
  • Newsletters
  • Research
  • Directories
  • Education
  • Events
  • Books
  • Reprints
Images: 
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Tagged Article