How One Standards Development Organization Transformed Their Content Process and Stepped into the Subscription Economy
The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) provides a view into the sustainability practices of businesses and organizations around the world by developing standards for sustainability accounting and publishing research briefs. SASB offers investors and other interested parties the ability to assess the sustainability practices of their investments for risk exposure and regulatory issues.
In 2016, SASB moved their entire content development and deployment infrastructure to XML and into the easyDITA Component Content Management System (CCMS). The result has been significant improvements in productivity and usability and the move to a new subscription business model.
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