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Terminology Management on a Budget
(Knowledge Base)
Organizations can benefit from consistent terminology in many ways. Communication between departments and customers improves, misunderstandings diminish, and the product brand strengthens. Consistent terminology is also the foundation for controlled authoring. Instruction manuals become more comprehensible and customer ...

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Solution Development
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XML, XSLT, and RDF? We build your solutions. Technology is designed to assist you, not to slow you down. We pave the way for your documentation and knowledge management – tailor-made, according to your needs. You decided to use a documentation tool or framework? Now you need to ad ...

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How to successfully manage knowledge. Technical writers as knowledge managers
(Knowledge Base)
This article gives an introduction to knowledge management. The target readers are technical writers as I prepared this summary for a technical writing conference. However, others may hopefully also find it useful.
Chaotic Wiki vs. Structured Authoring
(Knowledge Base)
Wikis are old, and old are the problems that wiki authors and readers struggle with. Collaborative authoring in wikis might tap new synergies but often the outcome is as chaotic as a humming beehive.  So how can you structure your content? How can you make it accessible? How can you organize reviews and input supp ...

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Consulting
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Efficient documentation and knowledge management – we have the right solution. Your requirements and your users’ expectations determine your documentation process and the technology you want to use. Technical documentation is written for members of your organization and for external users. It&nb ...

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