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Moving to a structured content strategy for documentation and/or product information can be a confusing process given the number of software options, the learning curve, and making the transition from your legacy processes for creating, managing, and publishing...
Technical communicators are getting out of their comfort zone and are jumping the gap from release-cycle driven content by talking to their users and delivering what users want, when they need it.
The specialisation mechanism sets DITA apart from all other XML standards (as explained here). In this blog post, I want to clarify this mechanism in a way that non-technical people can understand.
As the silos of Marcomm and Techcomm grow closer together, companies will face a choice before they are truly integrated: will they use DITA?
inRiver, the leader in cross-channel product information management and enrichment solutions, and Dakota Systems, a design and implementation concern for digital communication strategies, have joined forces to bring order and structure to manufacturing product data.