San Francisco, Calif (PRWEB) September 14, 2009
Astoria Software, provider of the world's first and most successful Enterprise solution for SaaS/On-Demand XML Component Content Management, has announced the September 2009 release of Astoria On-Demand. The release continues Astoria Software's pattern of product updates every three to four months stretching back to the formal launch of Astoria On-Demand in April 2007. Also, Astoria Software representatives will showcase the September 2009 release along with some important "best practices" for organizing DITA content in an XML content management system on September 15 at the "Best Practices 2009" conference hosted by the Center for Information-Development Management (CIDM) in Vancouver, Washington.
Michael Rosinski, President and Chief Executive Officer of Astoria, said, "The September 2009 release establishes a new standard for high performance XML component management for enterprise software, and further cements Astoria On-Demand's position as the pre-eminent solution for managing XML content across the entire enterprise." Commenting on Astoria Software's upcoming presentation at CIDM's Best Practices 2009 conference, Mr. Rosinski added, "Astoria Software is extremely pleased to be a showcase presenter at the conference. We applaud Dr. JoAnn Hackos and her team for recognizing that creating and editing DITA content must be married to a solution for managing, collaborating, and producing content in its native XML format. We look forward to passing on a compelling set of best practices to the attendees at the Best Practices 2009 conference."
About Astoria Software
Astoria Software drives efficiencies in dynamic product documentation with on-demand delivery of structured content management. Northrop Grumman, ITT, and other Forbes Global 2000 manufacturers rely on Astoria to meet rigorous market demands -- increasing product volumes, accelerating time-to-market, and concurrent global customization. Astoria On-Demand reduces documentation costs up to 90% and compresses product launch cycles from months to weeks. Astoria Software is based in San Francisco, California. For more information, visit http://www.astoriasoftware.com.
About Center for Information-Development Management Best Practices 2009
In its 11th year, CIDM's annual Best Practices Conference will be held in Vancouver, Washington on September 14-16, 2009. This premier industry conference is ideal for managers representing documentation training, and support, and exposes them to colleagues who are promoting and implementing industry best practices and responding to the economic downturn. For more information, visit http://www.infomanagementcenter.com/bestpractices/2009/index.htm.
Astoria Software, Inc.
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