LUZ, Inc., provider of life science translation services, has released the latest version of its popular white paper that helps companies understand the global content life cycle and pursue the right strategy for managing product information assets. The white paper titled,“Considerations for Managing Global Content,” examines technologies and practices for a successful migration of content management practices to achieve the anticipated return on investment (ROI).
Read the LUZ white paper to:
• Gain an understanding of the global content life cycle;
• Ask the right questions when determining your content management goals and objectives;
• Find out why content quality and centralized content ownership are important;
• Differentiate between content management systems (CMS), translation management systems (TMS), and globalization content management systems (GCMS).
“It’s important for companies to understand the global content life cycle in order to make the most of their information assets,” said Waldemar Frank, LUZ’s Director of Integrated Client Solutions. “Creating high-quality content is the first step toward a successful strategy.” He further states: “Many companies that have attempted or are in the process of establishing better content management practices tend to focus mostly on the underlying technology. However, technology is only a catalyst for good and bad practices. This white paper aims to provide a broader understanding of other key aspects of a good content management strategy and successful migration.”
About LUZ, Inc.
LUZ, Inc. (luz.com) was founded in 1994 on a straightforward business philosophy to provide high-quality translation services and solutions to life science companies worldwide. LUZ is certified as a women- and minority-owned business and maintains certifications to ISO 9001, ISO 13485, and EN 15038. Through its enterprise-level AURORA technology platform and regional offices, LUZ delivers peace of mind to corporate life science clients across the globe.