WoodWing Newsletter February 2009
WoodWing Releases Enterprise 6 Content Publishing Platform
WoodWing Software has released Enterprise 6, the latest version of the company’s flagship content publishing platform. New content planning and web delivery tools lead the feature set of this major upgrade. Equipped with a new editing application called “Content Station”, Enterprise 6 offers article planning tools, direct access to any type of content repository, and integrated Web delivery functionality. Read more or go directly to the product pages.
Tennessee Newspaper Joins the WoodWing Family
It was the versatile nature of WoodWing Enterprise that sealed the deal for the Shelbyville Times-Gazette, a daily newspaper in Tennessee that recently became one of the newest members of the WoodWing family. Read more.
Enterprise 6 Feature Highlight: Smart Jump
New in Enterprise 6 is the ability to jump articles between InDesign documents. Continuation elements, such as the text “Continued On” or “Continued From,” are created and styled automatically.
Smart Jump in Action - Video.
WoodWing Keeps in Touch Via New Corporate Blog
Stop by WoodWing’s Web site, and you’ll notice that a new feature has been added: A corporate blog that will make it easier for company officials to stay in touch with current users, potential customers and everyone else in the WoodWing family. Read more or visit the blog.
WoodWing USA Founder Brian Kruger Resigns; Shawn Duffy Takes Over Company’s Leadership
Brian Kruger, who founded WoodWing USA in 2002 and built the company into one of the leading players in the North American publishing software market, has resigned as the company’s leader to pursue broader interests in the industry. Shawn Duffy, an industry veteran with nearly 20 years of experience in the publishing software business, has been named to replace him. Duffy had previously been serving as Vice President of Business Development for WoodWing USA.