Vasont Systems, a top component content management system software provider, verified that their Vasont Universal Integrator (VUI) extension for Syncro Soft's oXygen XML Editor supports Version 16, Syncro Soft's latest software update. Using the VUI, Vasont CCMS users are able to write and edit XML content in oXygen while accessing content assets and workflow tasks that are managed in the Vasont CCMS.
The oXygen XML Editor allows writers to create and edit XML content in oXygen, and then store and reuse the content in the Vasont CCMS through its VUI extension. Syncro Soft, the makers of oXygen XML editor, announced the availability of Version 16 of its oXygen XML Editor, oXygen XML Author, and oXygen XML Developer products containing an extensive set of tools supporting all XML-related technologies. oXygen XML Editor 16 enhanced its conditional content capabilities and increased productivity for XSLT development, allowing users of both oXygen and the Vasont CMS to publish their XML content more effectively.
"Our technologies have always worked well together to help writers edit and publish their content to many different media outlets," said
For more information about oXygen 16, visit the oXygen website.
About Vasont Systems:
Vasont Systems provides component content management software and XML data services to Fortune 1,000 companies and global organizations from a variety of industries, including manufacturing, technology, publishing, financial, and healthcare. Since 1992, Vasont Systems has helped companies organize their critical business assets, manage productivity, and disseminate information in many languages to multiple media channels, while reducing their costs by an average of 63% and shortening overall cycle times by 75% on average. The Company has been named multiple times to the EContent 100 list of "best and brightest digital content companies," and was named to
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