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codeMantra Teams with Media Entities to Deliver New Crescendo Publishing Platform

01/13/2014 | 10:48am US/Eastern
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Crescendo Simplifies Content Production, Asset Management and Distribution

Publishers now have a simpler, more time efficient way to compose, manage and distribute content with Crescendo, a new cloud based platform developed by strategic technology partners codeMantra and Media Entities. Crescendo integrates codeMantra's collectionPoint TM software with Media Entities' XML Maestro applications to create the industry's first end-to-end composition to distribution solution.

"The publishing industry is progressing rapidly in light of new technologies and end-user expectations for on-demand content in the format of their choice. As a result, it has never been more critical for publishers to have the ability to get their content to market in multiple digital and print formats quickly and manage their diverse assets more efficiently," said Walter Walker, codeMantra's Executive Director of Publishing Services. "By partnering with Media Entities and integrating their easy-to-use XML content production tools with our digital asset management and distribution solutions we offer publishers a new approach to their entire content workflow and master data management."

"It is not uncommon for the content production and distribution process to take days if not weeks, which costs publishers valuable time and revenue," said Dan Nigloschy, Media Entities' CEO and Founder. "Crescendo alleviates this challenge by enabling publishers to produce DTDs and therefore multiple format outputs within a single workday's time."

With Crescendo, publishers can build XML first DTD titles directly from Word®, PDF TM, InDesign TM or XML files in less than seven hours and export them to any file format and distribution point with a push of a button.

In addition to the release of Crescendo, publishers may choose codeMantra's Legato Reader® to deliver their digital content to end-users directly from their own website, the Apple Store or Google Play. Legato is the industry's first fully customizable eBook software reader, which provides publishers with complete control of how their content displays, functions, and is purchased. For more information about the Legato Reader and Crescendo, visit www.codemantra.com.

For sales or press information about Crescendo and Legato, please email marketing@codemantra.com.

About codeMantra

codeMantra is an industry leading technology and services company for the content economy. codeMantra's products include collectionPoint 3.0, an award winning DAM and DAD platform used by global publishers. Along with its technology products, codeMantra is one of the leading providers of composition and conversion services, specializing in XML first workflows for highly complex content creation, design, and distribution. codeMantra has offices in Plymouth Meeting , PA;Boston, MA;Upper Saddle River, NJ; San Francisco, CA; Manhattan, NY; Indianapolis, IN; Oxford, UK; and Chennai and Valore, India. For more information about codeMantra, please contact PR@codemantra.com or Wagner Communications -wagcomm@mail.com.

About Media Entities

Media Entities offers innovative state of the art technology smoothly integrating with best-practice XML workflows of any approach (first, early, late, legacy, and parallel) to publish to print and digital media.

Our publishing ecosystem, incorporates plug-ins to MSWord, InDesign and Quark, along with XML enabled processes and scripts, to obtain production efficiencies in parallel with print and digital workflows, resulting in faster time-to-market for both print and digital products.

Our XML outputs, available at any point in the workflow process, provide structure, enrich, and help manage content optimizing production, access, search, transformation, and reuse.

Media Entities has been in business for more than 10 years and is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts.

For further information contact; dan@mediaentities.com

codeMantra
David Bass, 415-710-7775
VP of Marketing
dbass@codemantra.com


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