Where did those XML projects, which you’ve you heard about at conferences over the years, end up? Sure IBM was successful, but what about the small companies? Or the companies that don’t have teams of software people that the technical publications departments can draw upon for help? Did they make it?
We interviewed long-term Arbortext customers to find out where they are now, whether they realized the full potential of their solutions, what data they collected, and what lessons they’d learned. And we’ll share it with you.
Details About This Presentation:
Date: 16 September 2013, 9-9:30 AM Pacific/US
Title: Where Are They now? TC Dojo Open Session
Presenter: Liz Fraley, Single-Sourcing Solutions
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URLs mentioned during the Webinar:
Interview with Greg Johnson – Medtronic’s Story
- “Dynamic information delivery systems reduce translation costs” http://
- “Benefits of dynamic information delivery for life sciences” http://
blog.single-sourcing.com/2010/ 01/ benefits-of-dynamic-information -delivery-for-life-sciences/
- “The benefits that reuse brings.” http://
- “The Quality Driver” http://
- “The Time to Market Driver” http://
- “The Cost Savings Factor” http://
Interview with Todd Nowlan, Nortel
ROI of XML – panelists Andy Pieper, Toro, Todd Nowlan, Nortel, Greg Johnson, Medtronic, & Charlotte Robidoux, HP
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