Really Strategies Inc.
AUDUBON, Pa.—February 9, 2016—RSI Content Solutions, the industry-leading content agility company, announced today the availability of RSuite® 5, its next generation publishing solution based on the MarkLogic® platform. The latest version provides a more tightly integrated user experience to efficiently create and manage all types of digital content. In addition, improved navigation and workflow features…
Really Strategies Inc. has announced the promotion of Marianne Calilhanna to director of marketing. Marianne started her career with Really Strategies in 2001 as a consultant helping publishers re-engineer content structure and editorial processes.
Really Strategies is closing out a stellar performance in its 11-year history and is pleased to announce that CEO, Barry Bealer, was recently inducted into the CEO Hall of Fame Society at the 2011 Philadelphia 100® awards ceremony. In recognition of steady leadership, continued growth, and constant innovation Mr. Bealer was recognized by the Entrepreneurs´ Forum of Greater Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Business Journal, and Wharton Small Business Development Center.
Keynote speakers for the event are Bill Trippe, vice president and lead analyst from The Gilbane Group, a division of Outsell, Inc. and Evan Schnittman, managing director, group sales and marketing, print and digital at Bloomsbury Publishing Plc. They will focus on how e-books have generated renewed interest in content management.
On Thursday, March 3, Book Business will present the free webinar, "The Digital Integration: Your Content Anywhere, In Any Format, Anytime," sponsored by Really Strategies Inc. The webinar, which will be moderated by Book Business Editorial Director Noelle Skodzinski, will be held at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT, and will feature the following speakers: Stephen Driver, vice president, production services, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, and Bill Trippe, vice president and lead analyst, content strategies, The Gilbane Group.
(Press Release) Audubon, PA—Really Strategies, Inc. released RSuite version 3.5, the industry’s first award-wining content management system created exclusively for publishers. The latest software release includes new features, major enhancements, and improved usability based on customer feedback and requests from its growing user community.
DocZone by Really Strategies, Inc., the industry’s first award-winning software as a service (SaaS) XML content management system designed for publishers and technical publishers , now offers a new pricing model for publishers: “Pay Per Page.” … DocZone’s out-of-the-box features and capabilities include authoring, editing, workflow, indexing, version control, check-in/check-out capabilities, and push-button publishing to PDF, HTML, and EPUB formats. The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group (RLPG) of Lanham MD became the pilot customer for this new model and adopted the DocZone system for RLPG’s book, ePub, and XML production requirements.
Publishers have been developing new products—particularly new media products—at a furious pace, while trying to control or cut costs through increased efficiency. Often, they view the relationship as an interdependent one. Technology enables them to do more with less and the ability to create and deliver new media products is primarily about getting the technology right. Right? Maybe not. If an in-house composition group was consistently missing deadlines, would the software be blamed? Would it even think to solve the problem by evaluating new tools? Probably not. Instead, such questions would be asked, like: Are the manuscripts being received on time? Does