As we progress towards the launch of Enterprise Aurora, cool new features continue to be developed and added to Content Station (the user application of Enterprise Aurora).
We have created a quick one minute demonstration to show you the latest feature; placing and cropping images in Content Station’s editor.
Speeding up the flow of work
Creating a print story not only involves working with the article itself and the layout it is placed on, but it typically also means working with one or more accompanying images.
The latest feature of placing and cropping images into your print story layout, all within Content Station, demonstrates the speed and simplicity of creating stories using Enterprise.
Watch the one minute video demonstration now!
The future of content creation
Enterprise Aurora, due for launch this year, is revolutionizing the world of content creation. With a new approach to your editorial workflow, users create stories in the Content Station editor and can then choose whether to publish to their digital channel (Wordpress or Drupal site, mobile app, Apple News) or automatically place onto a print layout. (See our copy to print demonstration)
How is this even possible? Technical structure is automatically applied to the story in the editor, right from the start. Without even knowing it, users are creating stories with structure that can be instantly reused on any digital platform or in any print copy. Want to create a variant of a story and tweak it for another channel? This is all possible in Enterprise Aurora too.
Who is Enterprise Aurora designed for?
Not only for content creators of print publications, Enterprise Aurora benefits an array of organizations and teams. From universities, through to media agencies, and book publishers to corporate brands; any team involved in content creation will benefit from Enterprise Aurora’s smart software.
To find out more about Enterprise Aurora and how it will streamline your publishing process, please contact us and a member of our friendly team will be in touch.