The better your customers understand your products, the better they can use them, regardless of whether you make consumer products, software, vehicles or complete industrial systems.
Communicating technology »
Continuous learning is an essential requirement for career and business success. However, traditional classroom training soon reaches its limits with teams in different locations, flexible working hours, booked appointment calendars and non-homogeneous trainee groups.
Knowledge transfer without barriers »
With content engineering, we help you virtually portray the technology behind your products. Product components, functional dependencies, product variants and topics are combined to form information models that can be automatically processed and evaluated. Information is input into this model and validated during the development process.
The virtual brain behind a successful information strategy »
Information is not a mass-produced, high-volume commodity. Information processes therefore require intelligent workflows: automation must allow standard processes to be reproduced consistently while leaving enough room to respond to changes in requirements and tasks.
Intelligent workflows for successful automation »
To ensure the transnational success of products and services, speaking the language of the target markets is essential: with marketing material, websites and user documentation in the local language, you increase the value and acceptance level among your existing and potential customers.
Communication without language barriers »
Information management and corporate language management are not part of the core business of most companies but must still be handled professionally. This ensures the long-term use of information without unnecessary globalization costs, letting you take the product to market faster than the competition.
Put our expertise to work for you »
At the end of the editorial or translation process, the document will be appropriately structured and ready for target market release in PDF or hard copy format. Even with the right, translation-ready layout and DTP, there's another important time and quality factor to consider: checking page and column breaks.
Faster publication through fully automatic layouts »
Many companies attempt to minimize the continuously increasing costs of IT infrastructure and maintenance by outsourcing system solutions and user data.
Meet the highest standards at a lower cost »
Good desktop publishing lets you add shape to information, reach your target audience and ensure a uniform layout for your communications that matches your corporate design.
In global communications, good desktop publishing represents the beginning and end of the successful translation process: the initial layout and structure of the document forms the basis for the entire process chain and directly impact the cost and time required for translation.
Adding shape to information worldwide »
Training & System Introduction
Users can get the most out of their tools when they know how to use them correctly. Good training from the beginning pays off in several ways. The steep learning curve lets you use the tool faster and more productively. At the same time, you'll avoid beginner's mistakes and have greater success working with the tool.
Learn to use tools the right way »