The market overview Web-to-publish-systems of Melaschuk is media now with current product information on about 100 systems online free available. Friedberg/Hessen, 28.02.13. The consulting firm Melaschuk has updated the Web-to-publish-systems market overview media. Now revised product information of about 100 systems in the areas of Web-to-print and cross-media online, and Web-to-publish are available free of charge on Melaschuk-Medien.de. Users can filter on the online portal Melaschuk-Medien.de system functions and applications, as well as viewing interactive relevant systems. Interested parties and decision makers find this orientation on the complex market of Web-based publishing systems. The inclusion of systems in the market survey is free of charge for provider so the information is vendor-neutral and independent. The number of systems in the market survey has increased in the last year to 20 and it is expected that this trend will continue.
In particular agencies, IT and media services have in the past in the framework of Customer projects developed systems, which were used for other clients and then marketed after reaching a certain development maturity as stand-alone systems. Especially the user interfaces for applications on mobile devices, such as Smartphones and Tablet PCs, made operational in the functional innovations. The development of the digital output media as a complement to printed products is more hesitant. This, for example digital sales materials can be presented the customer on a Tablet PC. Only about half of the systems offers solutions to developments that come from the editorial or database-based environment are the leaders in this area. The editors are in the focus of many providers; Flash-based solutions are often replaced by HTML or HTML5 applications. The system offer Web-to-publish-systems market overview is constantly extended by Melaschuk media and maintained. The database-based content are also for consulting projects, seminars and publications used to companies from industry, Commerce, public institutions and media service providers addressed that.