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Date: March 12, 2015
Time: 8:00 AM PDT | 11:00 AM EDT | 4:00 PM CET
Duration: 30 minutes

In this eSeminar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Create Smart Content using a Web browser or Microsoft Word
  • Preview, in real-time, directly within your authoring environment exactly how content will look in it’s final output format, including interactive media
  • Create a single source of truth, reuse and update content (narrative/data/ interactive) across documents and channels
  • Automatically assemble and deliver content to print, PDF, HTML5, Web, XML, tablet and mobile apps, and other digital formats
  • Shorten the time from content creation to content consumption

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Live Demo: Quark Publishing Platform

Dave White, Chief Technology Officer, Quark Software Inc.
Dave White has two decades of experience in the enterprise content management and publishing software industries. He has helped to define XML standards, shaped product and business development strategies, and shared his extensive knowledge of science and technology with diverse groups at a variety of conferences. His experience spans both technical and business and contributes to his current role as Chief Technology Officer at Quark. Prior to joining Quark, White was vice president of product strategy at PTC and Arbortext.

Join us for a 30-minute demonstration of Quark Publishing Platform including the new Quark Author software for Smart Content creation in a Web-browser. Plus our enterprise publishing experts will be online to answer all of your questions. Enterprise publishing has never been so powerful or accessible.

Today’s customers demand engaging, relevant communications when and where they want and on their device of choice. Most organizations struggle to publish information across media — print, Web, and digital — copying and pasting information, duplicating resources, creating overlapping processes…and driving up costs.