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Content as a Service (podcast, part 1)

In episode 116 of The Content Strategy Experts podcast, Sarah O’Keefe and Patrick Bosek of Heretto talk about Content as a Service.

“Do we still have places where building a static site or a static set of help materials makes a lot of sense? Totally. But there’s a natural aspect of dynamic changing content. If that content is going to be a little bit different based on who or where or when you access it, then you can’t build it statically. That’s one of the things you’ll never get from a PDF.”

– Patrick Bosek

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Content as a Service

Content as a Service (CaaS) means that you make information available on request. The traditional publishing model is to package and format information into print, PDF, or websites, and make those collections available to the consumer. But with CaaS, consumers decide what information they want and in what format they want it.

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Content as a Service: the backbone of modern content operations (webcast)

Content as a Service (CaaS) moves content out of the traditional publishing world. Instead of creating content and pushing it to consumers at the end of the content lifecycle, you make content available on demand. Content consumers connect to a content repository and extract what they need.

In a CaaS system, the content consumer might be a human or a machine. Instead of publishing the content, you let the requestor decide what they need.

In this webcast, Sarah O’Keefe (Scriptorium) and Divraj Singh (Adobe) explore the concept of Content as a Service and provide CaaS examples. If you have complex content requirements, especially in personalization or system integration, CaaS could help you by providing a way to disconnect content authoring, rendering, and delivery.

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Self-service content in the age of AI with Patrick Bosek

In episode 165 of The Content Strategy Experts Podcast, Sarah O’Keefe and guest Patrick Bosek of Heretto discuss how the role of customer self service is evolving in the age of AI.

I think that this comes back to the same thing that it came back to at every technological shift, which is more about being ready with your content than it is about having your content in the perfect format, system, set of technologies, or whatever it may be. The first thing that I think either of us will say, and a lot of people in the industry will tell you, is that you need to structure your content.

— Patrick Bosek

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Understanding the Business Value of Content-as-a-Service

What’s CaaS, and how does it add value to your content? To find out, join Sarah O’Keefe for the free upcoming webinar, “Understanding the Business Value of Content-as-a-Service,” hosted by The Content Wrangler and Heretto.

You’ll learn about this new approach to content delivery, and how to use CaaS to mitigate problems with organizational silos. Join us for 60 minutes of outstanding content, including a live Q&A.

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Content strategy Localization Podcast Podcast transcript

Accelerate global growth with a content localization strategy

In episode 170 of The Content Strategy Experts podcast, Bill Swallow and Christine Cuellar dive into the world of content localization strategy. Learn about the obstacles organizations face from initial planning to implementation, when and how organizations should consider localization, localization trends, and more.

Localization is generally a key business driver. Are you positioning your products, services, what have you for one market, one language, and that’s all? Are you looking at diversifying that? Are you looking to expand into foreign markets? Are you looking to hit multilingual people in the same market? All of those factors. Ideally as a company, you’re looking at this from the beginning as part of your business strategy.

— Bill Swallow

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