IXIASOFT and Oxygen Take Strategic Partnership to the Next Level

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Two industry leading software companies work together to support future generations of IXIASOFT CCMS Web.

“Authoring XML on the web is an emerging and very competitive area in our industry, so we are pleased to see that IXIASOFT decided to use our SDK technology, the Oxygen XML Web Author component, as the base for its web authoring solution.” - Syncro Soft and Oxygen XML Owner George Bina

Today Montreal software company IXIASOFT announces it is taking its partnership with Syncro Soft’s Oxygen products to the next level. This partnership is at the heart of the ongoing IXIASOFT CCMS web strategy.

“We’re thrilled to be able to work with a leading company like Oxygen to develop and further improve future versions of IXIASOFT CCMS Web,” says Eric Bergeron, CEO of IXIASOFT. “I’m excited to see this innovative partnership grow as we evolve our web platform.”

Created by Syncro Soft, Oxygen is the world’s leading expert in XML technology and single-source publishing. Oxygen XML Editor can be used in conjunction with all XML-based technologies, including a large variety of powerful tools for creating, editing, and publishing XML documents. Oxygen operates within the IXIASOFT CCMS solution. Together, they streamline the creation and publication of technical content using the DITA XML standard.

IXIASOFT customers are no stranger to Oxygen, which is embedded into the desktop client. This editor is a great ally that fully supports extensive technical documentation authors. IXIASOFT’s strategic decision to migrate its platform to the web makes Oxygen a crucial component to the process.

In recent years, when IXIASOFT introduced its CCMS Web for contributors and reviewers, it relied on Oxygen to provide a powerful DITA-compliant backend to a light and intuitive interface designed for non-DITA experts. This authoring interface hides the XML/DITA markup within IXIASOFT CCMS Web.

IXIASOFT Advances Web Strategy with IXIASOFT CCMS 6.0

On September 5, 2019, IXIASOFT launched version 6.0 of its signature CCMS product. The version includes the search, unrestrained map, topic, and image edit, and new simple dialogs for easy content reuse. Oxygen is a key, integrated component of IXIASOFT CCMS Web 6.0. This partnership provides a second-to-none experience on the web for the technical writer—a big milestone for IXIASOFT.

“Authoring XML on the web is an emerging and very competitive area in our industry, so we are pleased to see that IXIASOFT decided to use our SDK technology, the Oxygen XML Web Author component, as the base for its web authoring solution,” says George Bina, owner of Syncro Soft and Oxygen XML Editor.

“This comes as no surprise because IXIASOFT needed a mature technology and the Oxygen web authoring support provided just that, being built on top of the core XML authoring functionality developed for more than 18 years in Oxygen.”

Catch Syncro Soft’s Software Architect Octavian Nadolu in episode 9 of IXIASOFT’s techcomm webinar series: IXIAtalks. Reserve your spot for the September 19 webinar here.

About IXIASOFT: Founded in 1998, IXIASOFT is a trusted global leader in the XML content management software industry. Its signature product IXIASOFT CCMS is an award-winning, end-to-end component content management solution (CCMS) that has been deployed by industry leaders such as Mastercard, Ericsson, Komatsu, Omron, Qualcomm and SAP®.

About Syncro Soft SRL: Syncro Soft develops the industry-acclaimed Oxygen XML Editor, facilitating teams in small businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, universities, government agencies, and international organizations in authoring documents, publishing in different formats, collaborating with team members, and managing content. At the same time, Oxygen enables XML developers to develop advanced stylesheets, edit schema, generate documentation, debug files, and connect to databases. It is the only tool that supports all XML schema languages. It provides the widest coverage of state-of-the-art XML technologies, complies with standards of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and of other organizations, and enhances productivity through an intuitive and innovative authoring and development environment.

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