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An Introduction to
        Document, Statement and
       Transpromo Re-engineering

                                 XDU ...
Why Re-engineer Documents?

         Changes needed after composition
         Why not redo composition step?
           •...
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
Document Reengineering Introduction
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An introduction to document re-engineering for transpromo and transaction document production environments.

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Document Reengineering Introduction

  1. 1. An Introduction to Document, Statement and Transpromo Re-engineering XDU Boston Stephen D. Poe, EDP Monday, 3 March 2008 Slide 1 © 2008 Stephen D. Poe, EDP
  2. 2. Why Re-engineer Documents? Changes needed after composition Why not redo composition step? • Composition step is legacy application • Pre-composed data supplied by a customer or another department or division (post-M) • Need to standardize multiple application outputs • Time to market or ROI doesn’t justify composition step change Slide 2 © 2008 Stephen D. Poe, EDP

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