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Hungry City Guides Selects DocZone Publisher to Manage its Book, Blog, Web, and Mobile Content for Growing List of Regional Food Guides


Audubon, Pa. - June 15, 2010 – DocZone by Really Strategies, Inc., the industry’s first award-winning software as a service (SaaS) XML content management system designed for publishers and technical publishers was selected by LA-based publisher Hungry City to manage all content for its Hungry? City Guide series of publications and mobile applications.

In order to effectively manage its growing content repository, Hungry City required an affordable content management system to store, edit, and manage XML as well as other related content assets. DocZone provides this growing publisher with a SaaS model that enables single-source multi-output publishing in a web-based environment.

“Hungry? City Guides are rapidly expanding in several directions and we required a system that was cost-effective now and will continue to serve our needs in the future,” stated Mari Florence, CEO at Hungry City. “Implementing DocZone affords us all the content management features and functionality as well as a production environment for publishing to print and online.”

"We are thrilled to work with Hungry City,” stated Dan Dube, a co-founder of DocZone and senior vice president of sales and marketing at Really Strategies, Inc. “We architected DocZone Publisher to provide publishers with CMS functionality without investing in an enterprise-wide CMS application. Hungry City will use DocZone to manage its content and publish its books and content for mobile applications.”

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About DocZone®
DocZone provides the industry’s first “Software as a Service (SaaS)” XML content management platform, including browser-based XML authoring, content management, automated workflow, translation memory, and single-source publishing in over 70 languages. DocZone also delivers the industry’s most rapid deployment methodology, designed to bring customers into production within 8 weeks. DocZone was selected by KMWorld Magazine as a “Trend-Setting Product” for 2006, 2007, and 2009, and DocZone was named as one of KMWorld’s “100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management” for 3 consecutive years (2007-2009). For more information, please contact DocZone at or visit

About Hungry City
The Hungry? City Guides are urban dining and drinking guides that, with a pop of your car’s glove box, or a tap of your cell phone, are never farther than an arm’s reach away.


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