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!
Legal publications often present unique formatting challenges, whether you’re producing books, journals, continuing education materials, or complex documents for legal practice.
Not only do new versions need to be updated and released at the speed the law changes and in more formats than ever before, but accuracy and attention to detail is imperative.
What are your publishing goals for 2017? Are you looking for ways to DO MORE for less, without compromising on quality? Do you want to inject new ideas, innovation, and efficiency into your organisation’s publishing practices?
In this webinar recording, Typefi Business Development Manager Chris Hausler and Senior Solutions Consultant Eric Damitz demonstrate how you can rapidly produce almost any print or digital document in over 30 formats for print, web and mobile, using Typefi’s versatile publishing platform.
In today’s competitive and heavily regulated financial services sector, your publications—from marketing collateral and research reports to fund fact sheets and EDGAR filings—need to be flawlessly designed, highly accurate, and available to your customers and stakeholders the moment they need them.
This webinar, recorded on 14 December 2016, introduces Typefi and demonstrates how financial services organisations can use Typefi to streamline their publishing processes and drastically cut production time. The demonstration includes creation of a Fund Fact Sheet (XML to PDF), and creation of an EDGAR filing (Microsoft Word to PDF and EDGAR-compliant HTML) including an example of redlining.