For a UK-based academic and professional publisher, evaluated DRM solutions for e-books and PDF documents, and determined how they could integrate with its web publishing platform.
Worked with the book divisions of Taylor and Francis (in both the UK and US) to assess their complex and diverse workflows, models, and systems and to advise them as to an appropriate content management system development strategy, as well as recommending systems, software, and partners best suited to their needs. In a separate engagement, worked closely … Continue reading CMS Strategy and Technology Recommendations for Taylor and Francis
For Harvard Business Publishing, developed an innovative HTML-based XML model as well as a highly automated workflow by which thousands of business cases, authored in Word by a large number of faculty members and other authors, are transformed to the new XML model and published as PDF, EPUB, and online. Most recently, he provided an … Continue reading XML Model and Workflow for Harvard Business Publishing
For a medical information publisher, gathered requirements for enterprise-wide XML content management and led a vendor/tool selection process.
For a publisher of aviation industry technical documents, developed a plan for transitioning from optical disc-based PDF publishing to XML-based online content distribution; defined technology architecture and new processes; created implementation RFP for systems integrators.
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 diversified publishing company, created an architecture and implementation plan for content identifiers incorporating industry standards as part of enterprise digital asset management strategy.