Congree Language Technologies and Syncro Soft announce Congree Integration for Oxygen XML Editor

Congree Language Technologies and Syncro Soft, the company behind the Oxygen XML Editor suite of products, have intensified their partnership. The first step is to make the Congree integration into the Oxygen XML Editor available to the public. With this partnership, Congree has expanded their range of integrations and has added one of the most important editing environments within the XML world.

Congree CEO Stefan Kreckwitz explains: „The Oxygen XML editor is a very well established editing environment and found an exciting number of customers with a broad range of users in various verticals. Also the growing global user base of Oxygen is a perfect match with our current activities to internationalize our business.“

George Bina, CEO of Syncro Soft, adds: "We are very excited to expand the partnership with Congree! Our users care a lot about the quality of their documents and now they can benefit of a state-of-the-art combination, having Oxygen extensive support for checking structural rules and the Congree linguistic intelligence and text optimization for checking language and terminology. This is a perfect fit for our customers!"

About Syncro Soft:

Syncro Soft develops the industry-acclaimed Oxygen XML suite of products, facilitating teams in small businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, universities, government agencies, and international organizations in authoring documents, publishing in various formats, collaborating with team members, and managing content. At the same time, Oxygen enables XML developers to develop advanced style-sheets, edit schema, generate documentation, debug files, and connect to databases. It supports all XML schema languages, provides the widest coverage of state-of-the-art XML technologies, complies with standards of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and of other organizations, and enhances productivity through an intuitive and innovative authoring and development environment.

For more information: www.oxygenxml.com

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