Partnering for publishers

Mark Logic, developer of what it claims is the first enterprise-class database designed for content, and Really Strategies, a provider of content solutions and services to content-centric companies, have signed a technology and services partnership agreement to help publishers and media companies build solutions for managing and delivering content.

Really Strategies will use Mark Logic technology to define, build and integrate open, scalable, content-centric solutions to meet publishers' business needs, including:

  • XML repository development and integration,

  • print-on-demand content delivery,

  • content management system development and integration,

  • editorial and production system development and integration,

  • Web site and portal development and integration,

  • subscription and registration access control, and

  • custom software and database development.

In other Mark Logic partnership news, the company reports it has formed an alliance with Stylus Studio that calls for integration of Stylus Studio's XQuery development environment into Mark Logic's Content Interaction Server, which the company claims is the first enterprise-class database management system for content. The move is designed to further enhance the XQuery developer environment for deploying content-centric applications in the publishing and media industries.

Stylus Studio provides integrated development environments support for XML and its related technologies, including XSL, XSLT, XPath, XML Schema, DTD, SOAP, WSDL, SQL/XML, XQuery, XHTML, Web services and XML Mapping. Mark Logic says its Content Interaction Server was built to help enterprises analyze, synthesize and enhance business content in Microsoft Word documents, PDF files, e-mail, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint slides, as well as in HTML, SGML and XML documents.

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