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9 Oct, Geneva: XML for Standards Publishers

Standards have been traditionally delivered as PDF documents. Yet, in a world where standards are increasingly monetised through derivative products, exchanged between partners, and consumed on mobile devices, PDF does not provide the flexibility needed to meet current and future market demands.

The solution? XML!

Typefi is proud to be a sponsor of the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) XML for Standards Publishers event, to be held on 9 October 2017 at the Mövenpick Hotel in Geneva, Switzerland.

Webinar recording: Master the challenge of looseleaf workflows

The continuously changing nature of law presents unique challenges for organisations creating legal content. Since publications can be outdated shortly after their initial release, many organisations have devised looseleaf publishing workflows that allow them to update and release only sections of new content as laws or interpretations change.

We know that looseleaf workflows can be complex to organise, coordinate, and implement. Not only do you have to continually release updated sections of text, you also need to ensure these changes are incorporated into the archives of the full publication so your content is current for the next edition.

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Presentations from ‘XML for Standards Publishers’

Typefi was proud to sponsor the first ever XML for Standards Publishers symposium, hosted by the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) on Monday, 24 April 2017, at the Library of Congress in Washington DC.

Standards have traditionally been delivered as PDF documents. However, in a world where standards are increasingly monetised through derivative products, exchanged between partners, and consumed on mobile devices, PDF does not provide the flexibility needed to meet current and future market demands.

XML provides the key to solving all these issues and more!