XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing software, has released XML Professional Publisher Version 7.2. This latest release of XyEnterprise's publishing software contains new features designed to enhance the creation, deployment, and support of XML publishing environments. Customers such as R.R. Bowker, Motor Information Group, Letterpart Ltd (U.K.), Portalyx (Netherlands), Grafikon (Belgium), Reed Technology and Information Services Inc. (RTIS), the Boeing Company, and i2 Technologies, Inc. have already implemented the new release. XML Professional Publisher (XPP) is the standards-based composition, transformation and rendering software for complex and automated publishing in the technical documentation, commercial, legal, journal, and financial publishing markets. Corporations use XPP to process and transform XML and other structured content into high quality PDF and print output. This latest release extends programmatic access to XPP's publishing functions by integrating an adapter for the Perl programming language. This access enables customers to use Perl scripts and programs to reduce the cost of systems deployment and enhance the integration of the XPP publishing engine with content management systems, databases, and other sources of enterprise content. XPP 7.2 also includes a new MathML module for the import, use, and publishing of MathML structure and content. This functionality is particularly important for XPP's users in the STM (Scientific, Technical, and Medical) Journals market, the textbook publishing market, and eleaning and testing organizations. XPP 7.2 is available now and complements the recently announced Web Services Development Kit for XPP.