For a large educational publisher, implemented organization, process and technology changes to allow simultaneous publishing of print and digital products, enabling re-use and reducing costs. The project involved CMS, DAM, production tools, standards-based formats, and universal stylesheets implemented across multiple organization departments, requiring technology development and integration, change management and significant workflow changes.
For a large educational publisher, developed an integrated, capabilities-based architecture to guide process and systems development. The architecture involved a services-based approach to promote scalability, allow for incremental investment in systems enhancement, and avoid "big bang" expenditure requirements.
For an academic publisher, led the development of four major new websites using the Drupal open source platform. Two were launched as subscription platforms for licensing books and journals to research libraries. The platforms included integrations with business systems, back-end content management systems, and eCommerce and authentication platforms.
For a medical publisher, created a multi-year strategy to transform the organization from print-centric to XML-based cross-media editorial and product development, encompassing processes, skills, organization structure, and technology.
For a global technical journal publisher, created a technology strategy and implementation plan for integrating two separate online digital library (content management) systems. Created system architecture for the merged system.
For a global publisher of trade books and consumer magazines, performed an audit of content technologies used at the company and scored them according to industry best practices. Gathered future product and new business plans and derived required technology capabilities. Created technology architecture roadmap and high-level implementation plan.