Orbis Technology, Inc.  Wins Production Contract for Redaction and Exploitation Releasability (REnDER) Tool

Posted by Sergei Moore on Jun 27, 2018 5:02:17 PM

(Annapolis, MD) Orbis Technologies, Inc. was awarded a multimillion dollar production contract with the Department of Defense for its Redaction and Exploitation Releasability (REnDER) Tool.  REnDER enables the U.S. military to efficiently and effectively share multi-source intelligence information with coalition partners. The contract provides support for the integration of the REnDER software into the client environment for the purpose of providing GEOINT work products to partner nations.  

The Redaction and Exploitation Releasability (REnDER) Tool is a one-of-a-kind software application designed to automate the content redaction and product release workflow processes. The software enables users to automatically redact content based on defined rules and procedures.  The software significantly improves the user’s productivity through the automation of both the processes and product generation. REnDER also significantly improves the accuracy of the redaction process and reducing security risks through automating and facilitating review of the source artifacts and releasable products.

Orbis’ President & CEO, Brian Ippolito, said of the award, “REnDER is our latest Enterprise Content Management software product focused on the mission of redacting content for sharing with third parties.  The production contract award is the result of a competitive process where our product was decided to be the best value and most effective product in the market.”

Founded in 2006, Orbis is recognized as an industry leader in services and technologies for designing and developing next-generation Enterprise Content Management Software, Solutions, Services and analytics. Orbis holds its corporate office in Annapolis (MD), with additional offices in Orlando (FL), Tampa (FL), Audubon (PA), and Chennai, India.


Topics: software, Press release, contract award, REnDER

World Bank Selects RSuite CMS to Automate Publishing Environment

Posted by Sarah Silveri on Oct 7, 2014 8:43:00 AM

The World Bank Selects RSuite CMSPhiladelphia, PA — October 7, 2014 — RSuite CMS, the leading multi-channel Content Management System for the publishing and media industry, has been selected by the World Bank. The World Bank’s publishing program consists of books, serial publications, technical papers, and multilingual content. They needed a secure central repository that could manage each aspect of their publishing process while also synchronizing metadata with third-party systems. A major goal is to update metadata once and synchronize it across systems automatically.

“As you can imagine, organizations such as the World Bank require significant security to operate their systems,” stated Michael Fishkow, Senior Project Manager at RSI Content Solutions. “Meeting the high-level security requirements with RSuite is a feather in our cap."

“After selecting RSuite in a competitive process, we look forward to the support it will provide as we move into a faster-paced and XML-early workflow,” stated Stacey Frank, Publishing Technology Officer, the World Bank. “The ability to manage production and delivery of our content components, with a tool that will be updated regularly, is a key part of our future plans."

About RSI Content Solutions

RSI Content Solutions accelerates publishers’ revenue and profit growth through better content management. Since 2000, RSI Content Solutions has provided publishers, media companies, and technical publishers with award-winning software solutions that transform their businesses to provide clients with the ability to delivery content in any format, to any channel, at any time. RSI Content Solutions products include RSuite CMS—a content management system for publishers and DocZone DITA—a SaaS XML component content management system for technical publishers. For more information, please visit www.rsuitecms.com.

About the World Bank Group

Since inception in 1944, the World Bank has expanded from a single institution to a closely associated group of five development institutions. The mission evolved from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) facilitating post-war reconstruction and development to the present-day mandate of worldwide poverty alleviation in close coordination with its affiliate, the International Development Association, and other members of the World Bank Group: the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Multilateral Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). For more information, please visit www.worldbank.org.

Topics: Frankfurt Book Fair, Press release, The World Bank, Automation

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