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- Proposal Development
- Contract Development and Management
- Corporate Collateral Development and Management
- New product Development
- Corporate Policies and Employee Guidelines
- Training Guides and Manuals
- Corporate Communication Collaterals
- Corporate Memos and Announcements
- Create and Maintain "A Unified Content Strategy"** by consolidating records, documents, collaboration, Web content and digital assets in a centralized environment.
- Increased efficiency and productivity in content generation life-cycle.
- Reduced risk and liability through standard templates that include critical content sections.
- Reduce costs associated with searching and unnecessary document recreation
- Production of consistent content regardless of author.
- Expense savings through the elimination of post-production formatting.
**Managing Enterprise Content, A Unified Content Strategy.
by Ann Rockley et all. New Riders. ISBN 0-7357-1306-5
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