vjoon K4 Supports Adobe CS6
vjoon K4: The Cross-Media Publishing Platform for all channels
vjoon, a leading provider of cross-media publishing solutions and a global Adobe Digital Publishing Suite reseller, announced today that vjoon K4 will be fully compatible with Adobe Creative Suite 6 within the second quarter of this year. Publishing houses and corporate publishers benefit from the deep integration of vjoon K4 with Adobe Creative Suite 6 and Digital Publishing Suite. Highly automated routines and the integrated workflow bring a whole new level of productivity to print, tablet and web publishing. Distinguished publishers such as Condé Nast, National Geographic, Reader’s Digest, Red Bull, and Wenner Media have already discovered the advantages of vjoon’s alliance with Adobe in tablet publishing and the cross-media workflows in vjoon K4. The close cooperation of Adobe and vjoon is rooted in an alliance that has been going strong for more than twenty years now.
“Cross-media publishing has already become a daily part of our global customers’ business. Whether they are small creative teams or huge media houses with more than 1,400 users – by moving fast to integrate Adobe Creative Suite 6 with vjoon K4, we are providing the kind of immediate support publishers need to continue optimizing their processes and publish even more efficiently,” says vjoon CEO Andreas Schrader.
Customers can use vjoon K4′s highly automated workflows and CS6 to quickly format their layouts for different page sizes, orientations and output devices. There has never been a more efficient way of generating alternative layouts for almost every medium. vjoon K4 provides powerful tools that enable customers to do this, for example, its comprehensive yet simple scripting options. They have proven their merits in the real world. In fact, publishers are using them now to create high-quality, innovative tablet editions, and then deliver these apps via the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. vjoon K4 spares staff the effort of labor-consuming routine chores, thereby freeing up time better devoted to creative ideas.
“Adobe innovations have been setting software standards in creative industries for decades. Their technologies such as Creative Cloud, Adobe Digital Publishing Suite and Adobe Creative Suite 6 are shaping digital publishing and driving its evolutionary advance,” says Carsten Althaber, marketing director at vjoon. “The perfect solution for professional publishing, vjoon K4 extends the Adobe portfolio’s capabilities and streamlines workflows from end to end, thereby optimizing costs in cross-media publishing projects of any magnitude.”
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A fixture on the publishing market since 1990, vjoon is a leading developer of workflow solutions based on Adobe Creative Suite and a global Adobe Digital Publishing Suite reseller. vjoon rapidly integrates all Adobe innovations into its solutions and consistently develops its productsto meet market needs. vjoon’s flagship product vjoon K4 is one of the most innovative cross-media publishing platforms available in the market and lets you deliver your valuable content to any output channel – print, online, mobile, tablet. Based on the time- and cost-saving Unified Publishing Process vjoon K4 provides the tools that allow your team to publish anywhere, smoothly and efficiently – wether you produce magazines, newspapers, sales materials, annual reports or books. Renowned customers worldwide and in configurations from 10 to more than 1,200 concurrent users benefit from this sophisticated solution. Headquartered in greater Hamburg, Germany, vjoon partners with a global network of more than 30 qualified integrators to deliver premium system integration and support services to its customers.
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Adoptions of Textbook ‘Construction Project Management – a Managerial Approach’ Accelerate for Construction Management, Architecture and Real Estate College Programs
CHICAGO, Ill., March 27, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — “Construction Project Management – a Managerial Approach” (ISBN: 978-0-9799969-1-7) sales by Pareto Publishing have increased 400 percent each semester since publication in December 2010. This text uniquely provides the integration of construction management, project management and business management to enable a quantum leap in construction project quality, productivity and cost control-producing a competitive advantage essential in the now challenging United States construction market.
Demanding building owners in the United States manufacturing, power production, and energy distribution sectors have learned that simply soliciting multiple bids is no longer enough to achieve the results they seek, A paradigm shift to integrated project delivery employing more rigorous project management methodologies is needed. And all construction sectors in some areas outside the United States, particularly the Middle East, demand this improved project management capability and require the PMP (Project Management Professional) certification credential for new employees.
In the United States, the federal government GSA (General Services Administration) agency also makes the PMP credential preferred for new construction related employees – which can make it a de facto requirement in a competitive employment environment. This text is the first to integrate the Project Management Institute’s PMBOK(R) methodology, on which the PMP credential is based, into construction management to provide these now essential skills.
This text, authored by 40-year construction veteran JF McCarthy MBA CFM PMP, provides real world perspectives and skills to make the graduating students work ready-to win their first job and excel throughout their career. And it provides exactly the skills that the power generation and transmission constructions sectors, which have already rebounded and are now aggressively hiring, increasingly demand.
University adoptions and presales sales for the summer and fall of 2012 will continue the present text sales increase. With these continued increases “Construction Project Management – A Managerial Approach” will achieve a dominant share of the construction management academic market within 2-3 years. Winning the Axion Business Book, Indie Next Generation, and International Best Book Awards, it has also become popular with construction industry practitioners and is now in library collections worldwide. More information: www.paretobi.com .
Joe McCarthy of Pareto