Your content might vary, from structurally simple texts like novels to highly complex structures like technical and legal documentation, from a hundred pages to a hundred gigabytes. Whatever the case, your business needs will likely be the same. Your content must reach your target audience where they are, on any device they might prefer. At the same time you have to keep costs low, and publish as fast as possible.
Automating your publishing workflow as much as possible is essential for achieving these goals. As soon as the authoring process is done, automated processes can take over from human editors and publish your content on all relevant channels.
Read on to learn more about our solutions, or browse our references to learn how we helped our customers get the most out of their content.
Manage your content on the component level via topic-based authoring. Write once, reuse any number of times. Reduce the cost of owning and maintaining content by removing duplications.
We help you adapt a standard like DITA or design a proprietary schema which supports your business needs.
Write your content in a publishing agnostic way, controlled by a semantic schema. Then use automated processes to push content to multiple channels. Reach your target audience on any device they prefer, and keep publishing costs as low as possible.
Do you have unstructured or semi-structured content? We have decades of experience structuring legacy content programmatically. Our rule and pattern driven framework can be configured in flexible ways.
Isolated data silos make the information scene fragmented. Typically all silos use data schemas and record identification which is incompatible with any other silos.
Built on top of eXist-db XML database, the user can browse the catalog of drug entries, and see the XML entries in a pretty-print format.
The FEST Browser is a showcase of the potential of XPath and XQuery over XML content, and how we can provide simple maintenance tools that can make data curation and validation easy.
HunNor is an open source Hungarian-Norwegian dictionary. The goal of the project is to provide the Hungarian community in Norway with an electronic dictionary. While content is contributed by members of the community, the editorial system and the dictionary interface is developed by Ovitas employees.
The dictionary is available online at dict.hunnor.net, and can also be downloaded for offline use in different formats, for example as data package for third party dictionary apps, dictionary for the Kindle e-book reader, and even as a PDF document.
To learn more about the dictionary, check the project on GitHub.
This book provides a generic view on semantic structure driven component content management and publishing. It’s not a product presentation and you won’t find any commercial product reference here neither. It was written to help people who needs content management to understand this field better. It can help you to clarify your own requirements when you’re introducing a CMS or want to improve your current workflow in your company.