NASDAQ:XYVI) (XyEnterprise), a leading developer of information management and publishing solutions, announced today that three companies have chosen to implement the company's high-powered publishing system Xyvision Production Publisher v6.
What does XPP stand for?
XPP stands for Xyvision Production Publisher
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We have 2 other meanings of XPP in our Acronym Attic
- X Position on the Screen
- Xerox Part-of-Speech Tagger (Xerox Corporation)
- X-Band Polarimetric on Wheels
- Extreme Processor Platform
- Windows XP Professional (Microsoft)
- XML (Extensible Markup Language) Professional Publisher (Wakefield, MA)
- XML for Publishers and Printers
- XML Pull Parser
- XPML Page Parser
- Xyvision Parlance Publisher
- X-Band Pseudo-Passive Array
- X-Band Pulsed Power Amplifier
- X10 PRO Plug-in Filter (electric appliance; trademark of X10 PRO)
- Xerox Production Print Services
- Cross-Polarization Ratio
- External Program Request
- Extreme Pattern Recognition (bioinformatics, chemometrics)
- X Public Relations (Santa Ana, CA)
- Xenopus Progesterone Receptor (biochemistry)
- Experimental Pragmatics (conference)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Xyvision develops and markets the high-powered composition system called Xyvision Production Publisher that provides the professional quality composition capabilities used by many of FPNet's 25 partner offices.
Inheriting a business that is already a leading provider of information management and publishing solutions, XyEnterprise will continue to develop and market its own software applications, Parlance Document Manager and Xyvision Production Publisher.
At Xyvision, LeBlanc assumes responsibility for engineering of both the Parlance Document Manager and Xyvision Production Publisher product lines.
When all updates are complete, Parlance Document Manager assembles the correct components for each target language and forwards it to Xyvision Production Publisher for final composition and pagination.
Some of ATSC's 72 requirements for a document management system included: -- Capability to store various data types, including SGML fragments, word processing files, graphics, PDF (Portable Document Format), animation, and video -- Capability to author and maintain documents using SGML editors and traditional word processor templates -- Capability to publish in multiple formats, including paper, PDF, and HTML (HyperText Markup Language) -- Seamless integration of looseleaf composition through Xyvision Production Publisher -- Electronic review and comment via Adobe Acrobat 3.
Xyvision also announced that eight new customers have selected Xyvision Production Publisher to automate the production of directories, catalogues, technical documentation, and scientific journals.
We selected Xyvision over other vendors because of long term good experience with their Xyvision Production Publisher composition system and their reputation as a quality supplier in the document management field," says Brooks.