New York - April 3, 2005 - Duke Universitys Chronicle, Harvard Universitys development office, Hechts May Company stores and international business publisher VNUs publications ranging from Adweek to Variety have all recently launched, or upgraded their existing Quark Publishing System to version 3. Each organization is having better than expected results and are beginning to feel the benefits of Quark, Incs improved development yield and software release schedules.
Quark is working hard to get to where it needs to with regard to one of its flagship workflow products, the Quark Publishing System. Bachana said. We have had good results with QPS and our customers are enjoying the benefits of working with new features that Quark is quietly and incrementally releasing.
Time efficiency and an unorganized workflow were our biggest problems in terms of delaying production, according to Jonathan Angier, General Manager of The Chronicle at Duke University. Our work with DPCI has allowed us to publish more accurately and quickly, saving us several production hours a day. DPCI business analysis and technical solutions, based on the QPS 3 platform, will help us continue the development of our publishing program and prepare for future growth.
"We have worked with DPCI over the past two years using their support services around the Quark Publishing System for integration and development, states Jeff Fass, Vice President, Information Systems at VNU USA. DPCI really knows the publishing business, has great resources, and a terrific response time whenever we need them. Our company has used similar publishing technology companies and we can honestly say DPCI has been the best integration partner we've had."
First introduced in 1992, QPS is now used by more than 50,000 users at more than 900 sites worldwide, according to Susan Friedman, Vice President of Marketing at Quark. At version 3.5, QPS Classic has reached an important milestone that represents a significant step forward in customer value. For our customers, one of the best ways to fully tap into that value is working with experienced and trusted partners like DPCI," said Susan Friedman, senior vice president of marketing at Quark. "Our partnership has been very rewarding because of the fantastic service they have always offered our customers."
DPCI is an interactive technology agency that delivers integrated content management solutions for organizations that need to publish content to Web, print, mobile and e-reader devices. DPCI helps customers design and implement Web Content Management Systems, Digital Asset Management, Online Collaboration Software, Multi-Channel Systems, Workflow Management solutions, and recently, Semantic technologies. DPCI serves customers throughout the United States, including the United Nations, ESPN, Mitre, McGraw-Hill Education, Raymond Corporation, and Royal Caribbean Inc.
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Quark Inc. (www.quark.com) is a leading developer of tools and technologies for collaborative content workflows from the desktop to the enterprise. Quark has been providing award-winning software for professional publishers since its flagship product QuarkXPress changed the course of traditional publishing. Today, as Quark software is used by millions of customers around the world, the company is guiding the creation of vital open standards to promote productivity and interoperability throughout the industry. With a new generation of products and solutions, Quark helps its customers create, manage, personalize and distribute content to a variety of media formats and devices at low cost. Founded in 1981, Denver-based Quark Inc. is privately held.