Choosing content authoring and management tools with proprietary formats has broad strategic implications. This white paper visits five scenarios and looks at how this decision may materially limit your options.
An introduction to basic DITA concepts, the business case for DITA adoption, and a set of useful criteria for choosing a DITA CCMS solution.
In 2015, AIIM surveyed 307 members on content creation and reuse and where the need for structured content is greatest. This paper offers extensive insights into the challenges and issues involved.
This paper shows how applying structure to your content with the DITA XML standard enables you to engineer processes that improve the flow of information to (and from) your customers.
This paper highlights the benefits of working with the Technical Documentation team for internal groups like Marketing and Human Resources, providing insights into leveraging the valuable assets they create.
For the past two years, we have conducted a survey of technical communicators to benchmark current practices and better understand what barriers there are to collaboration. This paper reviews the findings of that survey.
The American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) has historically delivered its Cancer Staging Manual as a bound reference text. However, with over 80 chapters and 1000 pages of information, accessing specific, relevant content within the Staging Manual involved physically searching through the book.
For agents at Allstate Business Insurance (ABI), getting the information needed to quote and issue complex business insurance products was a challenge. Learn how their adoption of easyDITA made that process faster and more efficient.
Skyward is a major provider of education management software, based in Wisconsin. They made the decision to move their content creation and management process to a DITA-based CCMS. This case study looks at the challenges and solutions that made this transition successful.