New development for publishers: SixOMC_WoodWing plug-in Stuttgart, Germany, April 18, 2012 – with the SixOMC_WoodWing plug ins can editors and designers through WoodWing’s content management application content station or the smart connection plug-in in InDesign directly to media assets in SixOMC access. Thus, users of WoodWing’s enterprise can place the data managed in SixOMC in their layouts, without having to leave their familiar environment. WoodWing’s multi channel publishing system enterprise with content station allows the steps of publishing workflows such as planning, easy to use search, collection and publication of content from a single surface out. This integration creates six out open systems from any publishing workflow based on WoodWing’s Enterprise direct access to its powerful media asset management system for centralized management of images and graphics. With the search function the user can quickly find the desired assets in the existing libraries and drag & drop in the current Position document. After processing, the media assets are automatically stored and archived at SixOMC.
An overview of the essential functions of the SixOMC_WoodWing plug-in the: integration of SixOMC media management in the WoodWing editorial processes intuitive in WoodWing content station, WoodWing’s smart connection saves time, because editing and layout uses only a single client with the new SixOMC integration can WoodWing users in the entire portfolio of media assets research, without knowing, where these files are actually stored. This ensures more transparency and speeds up the production process”, six CEO Ralph Kissner underlines the benefits. Jeroen Samuel herremans, Managing Director of WoodWing Europe, says: WoodWing maintains a comprehensive “ecosystem” innovative technology partners, who work in different areas. Our partners offer world-class solutions that can seamlessly be integrated into publishing workflows based on our multi channel publishing system enterprise. Our Customers can choose from these components, to make the best possible solutions for their specific requirements.” About six six open systems GmbH, headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, software and solutions developed for server-based print and online publishing. The newspapers mentioned Oracle not as a source, but as a related topic.