Jorsek Inc., an SaaS provider of component content management systems (CCMS) to enterprises, announced enhancements to the easyDITA platform. These features improve both the consistency of content creation as well as the delivery of a personalized digital customer experience. easyDITA is a content management ecosystem to optimize the creation, control, and deployment of knowledge, product, and reference content for companies with sophisticated products and services, global audiences or complex regulatory compliance requirements.
The latest version of easyDITA also expands the deployment capabilities by including a new integration with Docusaurus, an open source framework for building simple websites, originally developed by Facebook. Users who need to publish content to a simple, out-of-the-box static site (1,500 topics or fewer), can now integrate with Docusaurus Static Site Generator and their preferred hosting vendors for quick documentation site deployment.
easyDITA includes expanded support for Schematron, an automated way to validate information architecture. easyDITA’s Schematron implementation will automatically check rules relating to structure and business to help you adhere to content quality rules without needing to purchase and integrate an additional tool with your authoring system. Schematron works in the background as writers create content, and prompts them with a notification if they deviate from rules. easyDITA’s XML authoring engine can now be enabled with full Schematron support.
Speech Processing Solutions announced the latest innovation to their web-based dictation and transcription solution, Philips SpeechLive. With the new desktop app for Windows, users can now dictate directly into any third-party applications including productivity applications Microsoft Word, Outlook or CRM software, to meet the increasing demand for efficient voice recognition and document creation processes within organizations. The new SpeechLive desktop app allows for a more user-friendly and convenient speech-to-text workflow, which saves the customer more time and avoids unnecessary errors which can be made by copying and pasting pieces of text from a different window. Philips SpeechLive now also comes with a new dedicated mobile app, which allows users to be productive on the go. The app rounds up the company’s software portfolio, allowing SpeechLive customers to turn their voice into text from anywhere, anytime.
Amplitude, a Digital Optimization System, introduced Amplitude Experiment, an experimentation solution combining customer behavior and product analytics. Amplitude Experiment provides organizations an end-to-end experimentation and delivery workflow that integrates customer data into every step from generating a hypothesis to targeting users to measuring results. Organizations can run higher impact A/B tests and remotely configure experiences for key segments.
Organizations can get stuck in low-value activities that don’t drive growth, like testing small tweaks to copy and color changes or using basic on/off toggling to manage new feature release risk, or they waste resources and time on experiments that are doomed to fail, like starting from a weak hypothesis or not being able to reach the right segments. The Behavioral Graph and Amplitude’s Digital Optimization System, Amplitude Experiment addresses these challenges by resolving the underlying issues of experiment design, targeting, identity resolution and analysis. With the Amplitude Experiment solution, organizations have a complete learning and growth loop from insight to action to testing and delivery in a single system.
- Amplitude Analytics identifies problems, uncovers opportunities, and measures impact.
- Amplitude Recommend matches the right messages, content, and items to each individual user.
- Amplitude Experiment tests bets and serves the best experience to customers.