DPCI was commissioned by Comcast to build a comprehensive multi-channel publishing system, including new, self-service tools designed to simplify the process of creating targeted marketing and advertising tactics.
DPCI assisted Hanley Wood in the implementation of the K4 Publishing System, which has revolutionized the company's production process. Designers and editors are able to collaborate more effectively, and working with K4 has shortened Hanley Wood’s average production cycle.
Kimberly Clark Corporation, perhaps the largest manufacturer of medical supplies in the world, sought a way to reduce the amount of effort required to create marketing materials such as catalog pages. Members of the marketing team spent hours locating images and manually rekeying product information from various databases, spreadsheets, onto QuarkXPress layout pages.
Bio-Rad Laboratories has remained at the center of scientific discovery for more than 40 years. It has done so by providing a broad range of innovative tools and services to the life science research markets.
In order to offer the best and most current information online, Bio-Rad invested heavily in BroadVision content management back in 2000. While BroadVision proved to be a superior web content management tool, it was determined that the solution did not fully meet the organization's need for multi-channel publishing.
Carlisle FoodService Products manufactures over 16,000 food service products in 82 countries. Renowned for its dedication to quality, Carlisle needed a way to integrate marketing information and imagery with its primary mainframe system.
JoongAng-Ilbo, the premier newspaper for South Korea, selected DPCI to implement an editorial workflow system. DPCI trained staff on the system and supported the roll out, both on site and remotely, and suggested major improvements in interdepartmental collaboration as well as in content reuse from the Korean daily and to the English Website.
DPCI helped Jobson design and implement a custom content management system that leverages the power of Microsoft's enterprise technologies to deliver content to print and Web formats.
No stranger to content reuse, Guest Informant staffers manually cut and paste hundreds of listings and spotlight articles to multiple formats