Creating content management systems to reduce time and costs – process optimisation, data management, modularisation.
Cost efficiency and flexibility play an especially important role in technical documentation. We want to help you choose the right content management system for you! We will take your specific requirements for data preparation, data management, modularisation, cross-channel publication aims and many more factors into account and will recommend and implement a suitable content management system on the basis of your requirements after a comprehensive analysis.
Take advantage of these benefits with us and save time and costs when creating and updating your technical documentation.
KERN Global Language Services handles the complete creation - from the project steering process all the way to the delivery of the final document. Specifically, this means the following for you: Software maintenance, database management, the budget and schedule are coordinated and monitored by us. For this, we will provide experienced employees as coordinators on-site at your company. And this not only true for the source language: We will also organise the entire translation process.
Services in the area of outsourcing:
Benefits and characteristics of content management systems:
Potential for savings:
Reduction of separate process controlling, of project management and documentation and translation efforts after migration.
The content management systems listed below are being used daily for customer projects:
For the daily data exchange, we use automated interfaces and our portals. In this process, the following formats are handled for module creation or translation:
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The editing guidelines are the basis for a uniform documentation. They contain work instructions for the creation of information products for devices and accessories, information on the document layout, the organisation of data, storage and archiving as well as information on linguistic rules to be observed.
The most important aims of the editing guidelines are:
The basic procedure for selecting a content management system looks like this:
Workshops for initiating the existing workflows and customer requirements (workflows in technical documentation and translation)