What is Possible with SCHEMA ST4?

Anyone involved in the introduction of a CMS will be asking themselves the same questions: “Can it meet my needs? What precisely are the kind of publications the system can create? Is it suitable for the needs of my specific…

The Right Choice

Introducing a CMS is about more than just buying software. After all, the provider is just as important as the product. Choosing a CMS means deciding on a long-term partner. That’s why we would like to give you this opportunity…

Is a Component Content Management System Worthwhile?

If you’re thinking about introducing a component content management system (CCMS), you will of course want to know whether it’s worthwhile. An ROI (return on investment) analysis is an important supporting argument for convincing the management team to get on…

Does Your Technical Writing Department Need a Component Content Management System?

Sometimes the answer to the question “At what point do you need a component content management system?” is quite obvious: when the machine is ready faster than the associated operating manual; when the help system is two releases behind the…

Pushing the boundaries of technical writing with automation

Every technical writing department needs input from those that know the subject matter. Often this involves time, effort and practical difficulties, because as a technical writer you have to keep an exact overview of which content modules are affected and…

Easier, faster, more reliable – taking your technical writing to a new level with automation

Are you already using SCHEMA ST4 in your technical writing department? Do you have the typical challenges under control, including increasing demand for variants and translations, videos as an indispensable part of your content, more and more digital information channels,…

Automation in SCHEMA ST4 – a boosting translation management processes

“SCHEMA ST4! Put together a translation package for this project, and only in the languages that have not yet been translated. However, before you start, check whether all nodes in the project are released. If this is not the case,…

Automating terminology checks in SCHEMA ST4

“The support team just called. The latest issues of the maintenance manuals still contain old component names. It’s resulted in two customers withholding payments, so we need a new version fast!”. Sheer stress when it comes to technical authoring! We…

Christmas workflow wonderland: quality assurance for a happy holiday season

Ever heard of Santa Chaos? He runs his own Christmas workshop and would love nothing more than to take over the reins from Santa Claus. To see whether he has a chance of achieving his goal, let’s compare their working…

Agile documentation – how development and technical writing complement each other

Aren’t we looking here at something that is almost an oxymoron? You could be forgiven for thinking so. “Agile” – a word with a spontaneous, quick or flexible ring to it. “Documentation”, by contrast, conjures up an image of something…

How to warn – a skill that has to be learnt

One of the most important objectives of an instruction manual is to ensure that the product is used safely. This comes as no great surprise, as no one wants to cause any damage when using a product, neither do they…

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