Silicon Publishing Inc. (SPI), the industry expert in Web-to-Print solutions based on Adobe InDesign Server, greatly impacted the development of Adobe's alternative offering - Scene7 Web-to-Print. As an early adopter of Adobe's Web-to-Print technology, SPI put it to the test, developing state of the art applications for customers deploying solutions based on Scene7 technology. The experience gained by SPI and Adobe helped shape the product.
For SPI, Adobe InDesign Server has been and remains its preferred development platform for Web-to-Print solutions. Adobe InDesign Server is solid technology that has enjoyed continuous evolution and support from Adobe. As you can read in this blog post, when it comes to Web-to-Print, the company has always been strongly focused on Adobe InDesign Server.
SPI's Silicon Designer product once supported both Scene7 Web-to-Print and InDesign Server document rendition methods, but now supports only InDesign Server for core print rendition. We still support the powerful Scene7 imaging capability which has lived on in Adobe Experience Manager Assets. Silicon Designer has evolved considerably over the past 5 years, using HTML5 to surpass functionality that was once possible only with Adobe Flash, while at the same time accelerating InDesign Server rendition by an order of magnitude. Today's Silicon Designer represents the state of the art in Web-to-Print.
MIGRATING FROM SCENE7 WEB-TO-PRINT TO SILICON DESIGNER
In business for 16 years, Silicon Publishing has never left customers behind. Several clients have already transitioned from Scene7 Web-to-Print to Silicon Designer, and tools are available to assist in your migration, including automated conversion of Scene7/FXG-based templates to Silicon Designer.
Silicon Publishing has extensive experience with Scene7 Web-to-Print, and is familiar with every dimension, from S7 core imaging to FXG DOM manipulation. The Silicon team can easily assess the scope of effort required to migrate applications from the Scene7 Web-to-Print platform to the Silicon Designer platform based on InDesign Server.
SCENE7 W2P MIGRATION CONSULTATION
Contact Silicon Publishing for a free consultation. For those migrating in 2016, SPI offers discounted pricing on Silicon Designer, which can support virtually any Scene7 Web-to-Print feature.
Flexible deployment options include:
- On-premise or hosted solutions.
- Retain Scene7 imaging (in its current form within AEM Asssets) for your image management.
- Scalable performance.
FREE S7 W2P Consultation