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Transitioning From Legacy To Digital Workflow

Posted at 6:41AM Friday 30 May 2014

Michael McGinnis , senior vice president of publishing services at HarperCollins, perfectly encapsulated, in front of an audience of publishers and RSuite CMS users, the challenge the book industry faces today. In a world of digital content—invisible to all but the reader of that content—how are books found? And what do publishers need to do to ensure that discovery?

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