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Are you experiencing resistance to change in the way your content is created and managed? You’re not alone I recently had a conversation with the manager of a language service provider (LSP) about a client of theirs. The client is a multinational company that makes...
United Airlines hired Dakota to build a new Minimum Equipment List publishing system atop the Dakota Content Platform (DCP) that would be compatible with their enterprise systems.
Dakota developed a system to enable TAI to publish the entire set of S1000D technical manuals for the T129 ATAK with the push of a button.
Moving from cost center thinking to leveraging product information as a marketing tool As digital content system developers and integrators, we tend to be immersed in complexity. Developing content transition strategies, recommending and implementing systems, and...
It’s the same for complex technical documentation As digital information experts we often get deep into the arcane details with our terminology and explanations. And it sometimes makes it hard to pull back to seeing things the way they look to the outside world....
Localizing your digital content isn’t just a good idea – it’s the only way to stay ahead in an ever increasing global market.
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 October STC Chicago meeting features an interactive session where you can gain insight, ideas, and knowledge about how to shift away from traditional content delivery mechanisms.
Product pages are your digital “front door” – If the door is broken, buyers can and will return to the search results in one click.
Join us on October 10 at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee for an interactive discussion on driving customer success with next generation SEO, self-service and content delivery through apps, bots, and AI.