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Automating your publishing workflow as much as possible is essential for achieving these goals. As soon as the authoring process is done, automated processes can take over from human editors and publish your content on all relevant channels.
Read on to learn more about our solutions, or browse our references to learn how we helped our customers get the most out of their content.
COMPONENT CONTENT MANAGEMENT
Manage your content on the component level via topic-based authoring. Write once, reuse any number of times.
Reduce the cost of owning and maintaining content by removing duplications.
We help you adapt a standard like DITA or design a proprietary schema which supports your business needs.
SINGLE SOURCE PUBLISHING
Write your content in a publishing agnostic way, controlled by a semantic schema. Then use automated processes to push content to multiple channels. Reach your target audience on any device they prefer, and keep publishing costs as low as possible.
Do you have unstructured or semi-structured content? We have decades of experience structuring legacy content programmatically. Our rule and pattern driven framework can be configured in flexible ways.
DATA SILO INTEGRATION
Isolated data silos make the information scene fragmented. Typically all silos use data schemas and record
identification which is incompatible with any other silos.
We use document databases ( MarkLogic or InfoArchive) to integrate, harmonize data from all possible sources and build applications on top of them to make this accessible.
Ovitas has delivered a custom, semantic XML driven editorial environment (component content management system) for Felleskatalogen in 2005. Since then the project kept its pace and keeps adding new functionality.
The semantically structured content - Felleskatalogen’s own semantic information platform, what we designed and built - makes all kind of automation possible.
We've configured scheduled processes which update data in different parts of the content automatically using several third party data sources. The content is authored once and automated publishing pipelines push the content to several channels: paper, web, mobile apps, voice generation and also to data interfaces (web services) from where third parties can reuse the content.
We’ve built very robust quality control around the publishing pipes, which tests and compares the new content candidate against the live baseline. We’ve also implemented the publishing platforms: the www.felleskatalogen.no webapp and mobile apps. Felleskatalogen’s web site is used on a daily basis by most healthcare professionals from across country. It handles a traffic about 3-4 page views per second.
The heart of their system is the Content Lifecycle System from Empolis, which utilizes Felleskatalogen’s own semantic information platform.
Date: 2004 - Today | Client: Felleskatalogen AS | Category: complete editorial and publishing solution
Ovitas has built a semantic content structure and metadata driven editorial platform with complex workflow for internal and external authors in 1999. The system was managing more than 500.000 encyclopedia and dictionary articles for 15 years.
In 2015 we've replaced the editorial system with Alfresco CMS, providing web based authoring.
Norstedts Juridik implemented the Empolis Content Lifecycle System to support extremely complex editorial process needed to publish Swedish laws. A legal document has a very long life cycle, and each individual paragraph can have multiple variations, which are valid for a specified time period.
The system must be capable of composing legal documents with their validity from any given time, at any given time, and yet, redundant contents cannot exist in the system. This is a challenging task for any content management system, however, CLS provided all of the needed functionalities for legal publishing out-of-the-box.
Ovitas developed a cost-effective solution for airlines operations based on Empolis’ industry-leading knowledge management platform Information Access System.
The resulting EDOCS platform, tailored to SAS Norge’s requirements, is a hosted web portal which provides a single point of content access and management, offering comprehensive functionalities for information retrieval with search, navigation, display and print capabilities of airline operation manuals. All updated documents and manuals are instantly accessible via the web. Users can see all related information across manual types on a single screen. EDOCS uses a formal knowledge model to intelligently present the most relevant pages.
Ovitas implemented a tailor made component content management system for mobile user manual authoring, which used Topic Maps technology modelling mobile features and binding document components.
Their semantic SGML driven component content management system got into production in 1996. It was the first CMS we have implemented. By then we were pioneers using semantic markup driven authoring and publishing.
The system was based on Empolis's Content Lifecycle System and PTC's Arbortext Editor.
Magnus is part of Wolters Kluwer Scandinavian division, with about 250 employees and offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Oslo, Copenhagen and Aarhus.
Ovitas rolled out an Empolis CLS based editorial platform and flexible, metadata driven on-demand publishing.
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FEST Browser is a browsing and searching tool over the pharmaceutical drug data made publicly available by Statens Legemiddleverk in the form of FEST XML.
Built on top of eXist-db XML database, the user can browse the catalog of drug entries, and see the XML entries in a pretty-print format.
The FEST Browser is a showcase of the potential of XPath and XQuery over XML content, and how we can provide simple maintenance tools that can make data curation and validation easy.
HunNor is an open source Hungarian-Norwegian dictionary. The goal of the project is to provide the Hungarian community in Norway with an electronic dictionary. While content is contributed by members of the community, the editorial system and the dictionary interface is developed by Ovitas employees.
The dictionary is available online at dict.hunnor.net, and can also be downloaded for offline use in different formats, for example as data package for third party dictionary apps, dictionary for the Kindle e-book reader, and even as a PDF document.
To learn more about the dictionary, check the project on GitHub.