March 31, 2009
AP's ENPS Previews New Modular Approach at NAB 2009
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Get the first look at all of the latest features and learn how you can use ENPS to drive content on-line and on-air with one set of tools.
ENPS 7.0's new modular approach debuts at NAB with a preview of the powerful new Digital Publishing Engine. The DPE will pump up productivity by making it incredibly easy to get multimedia content on the air, online, and to mobile devices using a single, simple workflow. As a bonus, dynamic feedback from your public Web site will automatically flow back into ENPS so producers can easily see which stories are getting the most attention.
The DPE is the first module in the ENPS 7.0 family, with additional components being readied for release over the next two years. All ENPS 7.0 components will bolt right on to existing ENPS 6.0 systems, so you can deploy them as they're released with no delay.
The ENPS Web client, part of the ENPS Mobile Suite, has been enhanced to give remote users more powerful editing capabilities. ENPS Mobile empowers journalists to work via out-of-the-newsroom browsers as well as on PDAs and cell phones.
Stop by booth C161 to see a demo of ENPS and other AP services anytime, or register in advance for one of the following scheduled demo sessions, presented by AP product managers.
To sign up for a session, please contact Jane Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, email, company name and session name.