Customers

With eXtyles, we saw a quick and substantial return on our investment. We’ve not only saved time and improved the quality of our publications; we’ve also significantly cut our production costs.

Anne Vinnicombe

Vice President of Production and Electronic Publishing at Thieme Publishers New York

Setting aside the fact that eXtyles admirably performs as advertised, what I appreciate about the Inera team is that they come through on their promises: deliverables arrive when expected and run as expected. This sets them aside from many other software vendors.

Barry Bergin

Production Manager at American Concrete Institute

We find eXtyles to be an excellent partner because of their dedication to serving their customers.

Chris Hausler

Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Typefi Systems

Now that production sees how well the eXtyles conversion works, they wish they had done this years ago!

Jim Bender

XML IT Specialist at the United States Government Printing Office

We're definitely loving the advantage we're getting just straightening out references.

Larry Klein

Production Manager at the American Society for Microbiology

We don’t like to think back to the days when we didn’t have eXtyles for Optics Express production. We’re having great success with the software.

M. Scott Dineen

Director of Editorial Services at the Optical Society of America

Our return on investment in eXtyles is Inera’s commitment to the quality and adaptability of its product, the expertise of its staff, and the sincerity with which that staff interacts with its customers.

Peter Olson

Senior Copyediting Coordinator at Dartmouth Journal Services

eXtyles is the only tool we never consider changing or removing from our workflow.

Rob O'Donnell

Electronic Publishing and Production Director at Rockefeller University Press

It's a pleasure to promote eXtyles, as it really does magic in our documents.

Serge Juillerat

System Specialist at the International Organization for Standardization

People in our production working with eXtyles see something magical.

Sergey Strelkov

Deputy Head of Computer Support, MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica

eXtyles User Group Meeting (XUG) 2019

The 15th Annual eXtyles User Group Meeting (XUG 2019) was held on Thursday, November 7, 2019, at the Revere Hotel in Boston, MA.

Click on the linked session titles below to access the XUG presentations!

XUG 2019 Agenda

8:30 a.m. Breakfast and Registration   Salada
9:00 a.m. First-Time XUG Attendee Welcome and Orientation   Celestial
9:15 a.m. Opening Remarks
Irina Golfman, Inera
  Singlo
9:45 a.m. Introductions
Meet your fellow XUG attendees!
  Singlo
10:00 a.m. What’s New and What’s Next
An overview of recent eXtyles developments and the first look at what’s ahead.                
Elizabeth Blake, Inera
  Singlo
10:30 a.m. Cool eXtyles Features You Can Use Right Now!
Whether you’re a brand-new eXtyles user or a veteran, chances are there’s a feature or function you already have but could be getting more out of. From Activation to Post-Processing Cleanup, this session is all free tips all the time!
Sylvia Izzo Hunter, Inera
  Singlo
10:45 a.m. Morning Break   Salada
11:00 a.m. Approaching 20 Years of eXtyles
In this panel discussion, we ask four long-term eXtyles customers how their use of eXtyles has changed over the years (and how it might continue to evolve). Q&A will be followed by smaller group discussions of eXtyles workflows.
Christina Hampton, CFA Institute
Monica Mungle, JAMA Network
Rob O
Donnell, Rockefeller University Press 
Margaret Perkins, New England Journal of Medicine
  Singlo
12:15 p.m. Lunch
  Salada
1:30 p.m. Concurrent 1: Journal Workflows
For eXtyles customers who work with journal content 

Publishing Spooktacular: Platform Migrations
Karie Kirkpatrick, American Physiological Society

What Is JATS 2.0, and Should You Be Worried?
Debbie Lapeyre, Mulberry Technologies 

The Essential Future of Open Data and How Publishers Must Help
Brooks Hanson, American Geophysical Union 
  Celestial
1:30 p.m. Concurrent 2: Complex Content
For eXtyles customers who work with complex content such as books, standards, and government or legal documents 

eXtyles to the Rescue! Administrative Code, DITA and an “XML-First” Experiment That Didn’t Work So Well
Kristin Karr, Connecticut Secretary of the State 

<book> versus <book-part-wrapper> in an XML Workflow
Joni Dames, Inera 

Converting an eXtyled Standards Document Back to an Authoring Document for Revision
Patrick Gibbons, IEEE
  Singlo
3:00 p.m. Afternoon Break   Salada
3:30 p.m. That’s a Good Question! Inera Customer Support
What’s it like to work in eXtyles/Edifix support? What kinds of support queries do we typically get? What do we do with all the information and files we ask you for?
Jennifer Seifert, Inera
  Singlo
3:45 p.m. Accessibility in Publishing
This guest presentation will tackle a crucial topic for anyone involved in publishing or content creation: Making your documents accessible to everyone who may need to interact with them.
Madeleine Rothberg, WGBH Boston
  Singlo
4:15 p.m. Industry Updates & Meeting Wrap-Up
This perennially popular session features Bruce Rosenblum’s whirlwind tour of everything that’s new, exciting, and controversial in the worlds of publishing and technology!
Bruce Rosenblum, Inera
  Singlo
5:00-6:30 p.m. Evening Reception
Let’s keep the conversation going! Join us in the Lobby Bar for drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
  Lobby Bar

 

Previous XUG Meetings

Presentations from earlier eXtyles User Group Meetings are archived here.