Posted: 23 Sep 2016 05:30 AM PDT
Xeditor and IXIASOFT, a global leader in the component content management systems (CCMS) marketplace, announced their partnership and product integration. With the integration of Xeditor, IXIASOFT DITA CMS users will have access to a new, user-friendly, web-based XML authoring tool for creating and editing DITA based content.
The IXIASOFT DITA CMS provides organizations with a solution to manage their entire DITA technical documentation process. As part of this offering, DITA CMS provides various tools that are tailored to different users that may participate in the documentation process. The Xeditor integration provides non-DITA experts, such as subject matter experts, engineers and product specialists, with a web-based editor that is completely integrated within the DITA CMS documentation process.
"We are excited about adding the integration with Xeditor to our existing set of DITA CMS web tools. Xeditor provides fresh, lightweight and modern technologies to our IXIASOFT Web Author which will please our customers who want to offer an intuitive web interface to their contributors." said Eric Bergeron, CEO of IXIASOFT.
"We are pleased that IXIASOFT is integrating Xeditor into its world-renowned DITA CMS. With this integration, Xeditor consolidates its position in the field of technical documentation and with DITA CMS customers located worldwide, opens itself to global market penetration." said Inken Pauli, Marketing Manager of Xeditor.
Xeditor, the web-based WYSIWYG editor, allows authors to create and edit XML/DITA documents intuitively without any technical knowledge. Xeditor effortlessly integrates into other pre-existing systems (CMS, PIM, etc.) and is fully customizable. Xeditor supports DITA 1.2.
The release of the IXIASOFT Web Author tool, based on Xeditor, is scheduled for mid-October 2016. The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML data model and open standard for authoring and publishing.
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