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In IN2 we propose Document Management as a solution that organizes and facilitates the editorial workflow processes of an Organization.

Improving editorial review and approval processes, incorporating content versioning and controlling the transfer of information between departments in different phases of the product is possible with Alfresco’s Open Source Documentary Management tool, customized by IN2.

The preparation of editorial material generates a flow of content among collaborators that is usually done through email or files on the Editorial servers.

This traditional work methodology generates a large number of non-definitive files, which make it difficult to identify the correct version and the loss of content.

Current situation

In many publishers, no matter how large, the preparation of editorial material generates a complex content flow among collaborators.

This communication is usually done through email or files on the servers of the Editorial.

This traditional work methodology generates a large number of non-definitive files, which make it difficult to identify the correct version and the loss of content.

It is difficult to be clear who has to do the revisions of the versions of the digital assets.

Benefits

A Document Management adapted to the publishing business will provide the company with a control in the content development process, as well as the facility to locate files based on the associated metadata and integrate the author’s rights to the editorial processes.

The transfer of information between departments, requests for review, users who approve the information and how much information is necessary, will be recorded and identifiable in the main information repository managed by Alfresco.

In summary, incorporating the Content Review and Approval processes will allow you to:

  • Have more control over the life cycle of documents.
  • Facilitate communication between departments.
  • Audit the approval of final documents.
  • Reduce communications through email.
  • Incorporate copyright management.