Aligning Infrastructure with the Publishing Value Chain

DIVYA SHARMA | March 3, 2016

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On one hand, publishing is grappling with diminishing margins, non-linear explosion of content, and fickle brand loyalty; on the other hand, publishing has tremendous opportunity to transform with digitization and gear toward a collaborated, connected, converged world. The key is infrastructure.

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