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Quark Software’s latest release builds in AI functionality to transform content operations processes

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Quark Software, a global provider of content automation, intelligence, and design software, is releasing the latest version of Quark Publishing Platform (QPP) NextGen, its cloud-based content automation platform.  

QPP NextGen v3.3 includes new content workflow visualization capabilities that help content teams understand the impact of change across content workflows.

Additionally, newly available self-service Microsoft Excel data integration options for content authors reduces IT dependency and helps eliminate errors when creating data-rich documentation, according to the company.

“We are steadfast in our commitment to delivering new capabilities that address every enterprise content complexity, and that includes advancing our investments in AI to help content teams address specific content use case challenges,” said Richard Worrell, senior product manager, enterprise at Quark. “The newest release of QPP NextGen fuels content team collaboration and supports their ability to visualize and control content workflows for optimal productivity and output.”

According to the company, with QPP NextGen v3.3, Quark has infused more features within Quarky AI—the company’s enterprise AI copilot that works with customer’s own AI services and LLMs.

It delivers real-time visibility to address inefficiencies, ensure compliance when working with sensitive information, and offers fast access to Microsoft Excel data for content authors to analyze and organize large amounts of componentized, reusable content quickly and efficiently.

New features and benefits available in the latest v3.3 release of QPP NextGen include:

  • Visualization workflows – Access to visual content fuels content team collaboration and makes it easier to identify and fix inefficiencies and undercover new opportunities for content process improvements.
  • Access to Microsoft Excel data – Benefit from a self-service approach to quickly access, filter and insert data from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets into content from within the authoring windows, eliminating errors associated with data-rich documentation creation.
  • Improved security posture – Set security parameters to gain better control of document access rights and ensure compliance when working with sensitive information across content workflows.
  • Improved search and discovery of content – Subject-matter experts can create new metadata tags while authoring and managing the content, enhancing the search and findability capabilities within the CCMS.
  • Prioritize content attributes – See the most important, validated metadata attributes for content components and documents fast via an intuitive user interface.

For more information about these updates, visit www.quark.com.

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