DoX integrated with Adobe FrameMaker authoring tools version 2017
DoX, the industry’s most advanced web-based, Lightweight DITA Content Management System (CMS) announces an integration with Adobe’s famous authoring and publishing tool, Adobe FrameMaker release 2017.
DoX is designed for collaborative authoring, publishing and management of technical documentation throughout a product lifecycle. DoX contains built-in support for Lightweight DITA, enabling users to collaborate across complete Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) cycle. DoX can be integrated to Product Data Management (PDM) and PLM systems to automate content and document management process further. Built-in Lightweight DITA support also enables standards-based integration and reduces the need for custom development.
The 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker is the industry-standard tool for authoring and publishing multilingual technical content across mobile, web, desktop, and print. Easily work with unstructured and structured content in the same documentation. Work faster and smarter with advanced XML/DITA capabilities. It also enables users to manage content by integrating with leading CMS systems.
Now DoX 6.0 is integrated with Adobe FrameMaker authoring tools version 2017. The integration combines best of two worlds by enabling users to author and publish technical XML / DITA content in Adobe FrameMaker while utilizing advanced collaboration tools in DoX. Adobe FrameMaker is widely used in content creation across the globe, and now its capabilities can be enhanced by making it possible to share content between the users and having the subject matter experts reviewing, commenting and contributing the to the document creation. In co-operation with Adobe FrameMaker DoX provides effective solution for automated workflow management including quality control, translation, version control, file history management, metadata management, search capabilities and more. DoX also provides effective review and approval process.
“This integration improves the effectiveness, control and quality of whole documentation workflow. End-users can see the results of the integration in the form of saved working time, better user experience and improved quality”, said Mikko Tauriainen, founder and Managing Director of DoX.
Adobe FrameMaker support will be part of DoX 6 release which is commercially available in September 2017.