New K4 Release Embeds a Table Editor and DAM Functions

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Friday, 23 January 2015 14:10

The latest version of the cross-media publishing platform extends vjoon K4's capabilities in the browser and plug-ins with some very powerful new functions. Unveiled at vjoonity europe, the continental vjoon user conference held in Hamburg, version 6.9 R1's new features include a versatile table editor for one of vjoon K4's browser clients, K4 Web Editor ICML. The application's workspace management functions have been ported to the K4 Edit and K4 Layout plug-ins so that they are now available throughout the publishing platform. Added XMP image metadata management capabilities make it so much easier to archive and retrieve pictures. And with the addition of a direct link to Twitter, this cross-media publishing platform can now disseminate text and images via social media networks with remarkable efficiency.

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Bissinger[+] Opts for vjoon K4

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Monday, 13 October 2014 11:58

The vjoon K4® cross-media publishing platform already serves to prepare Evonik's media collateral, which was recently revamped with a new journalistic style, design and content marketing strategy. The media agency BISSINGER[+] has opted for vjoon K4 and is already using the cross-media publishing platform's efficient, highly automated workflows to prepare Evonik's media collateral. BISSINGER[+], set up in 2013 by Manfred Bissinger, is headquartered in Hamburg and maintains another office in Essen. vjoon's integration partner SNAP Innovation installed the platform in a joint effort with long-time vjoon K4 customer KircherBurkhardt, Berlin, which also provides operating support, to include server hosting.

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Verlagsgruppe Milchstrasse

In 1975 Dirk Manthey laid the foundations of the Verlagsgruppe Milchstrasse in Hamburg when he first edited his film magazine CINEMA. 30 years later, since the end of 2004, and after having brought to market many further innovative magazines, Verlagsgruppe Milchstrasse belongs to the Munich media corporation HUBERT BURDA MEDIA.


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Workflow: Companies Communicate Around the World

Rainer Burkhardt, managing director of the Corporate Publishing Agency KircherBurkhardt, Berlin, reports on the projects "Bosch-Zünder" and "DB-Welt" and the operation of K4.

Last autumn the Manager Magazine presented its readers a "Swabian Lesson". This was the header of an 9-page story on the question how the tech company Bosch succeeds "where other consolidated companies fail". That is to say to earn good money and at the same time assume a "high social responsibility". The author attributed the success of the company to a "sophisticated production network": To name the manner how Bosch cross-links its global activities: New technologies, for example, are developed and tested in Germany, production of these new thechnologies is carried out at low wages in Turkey. Factory managers come, among others, from India, quality standards from Japan.

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