MAN Truck & Bus (MAN) is one of the leading european commercial vehicle manufacturers and providers of transport solutions with annual sales of around eleven billion euros (2019). The product portfolio includes vans, trucks, buses, diesel and gas engines as well as services for passenger and freight transport. MAN Truck & Bus is a company of TRATON SE.
Continue reading MAN Truck & Bus launches COSIMA and DOCUFY Layouter – A success story
DOCUFY has been around for 20 years. We have been a customer for almost half that time. This brief article is intended to show how we have fared.
When mechanical engineers make documentation…
We first made contact with the company from Bamberg in late 2008 when we were looking for a replacement for our existing content management system. At that time, XML-based systems were still in the development phase.
DOCUFY’s first presentations won us over to the point that we included COSIMA on our shortlist. However, we were not able to accept the bid for a while as the mechanical engineering crisis got in our way.
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Meister Strömungstechnik GmbH has been working with COSIMA go! since 2009. Based on the positive experience, it was soon became clear that the use of the CCMS would be expanded in the company. To this end, additional employees from different areas of the company are involved, who support the technical editing department.
Continue reading Dive into the cold water – with COSIMA go! Getting started completely without chattering teeth
In 2015, the SIEMENS AG Locomotive Documentation department wanted to introduce a Component Content Management System (CCMS) to optimize its editorial process and chose COSIMA go! from DOCUFY. In this article, system administrator Tobias Zieringer describes the introduction of the system:
… I had only just arrived in the office when my mobile rang. The sales department wanted to know when the documentation for our new customer would be ready, oh, and they needed replies to the review comments from last week as soon as possible.
My colleague gave me a questioning look: “How will we have time to introduce a new CCMS? What are the aims of the new system? Should we choose an off-the-shelf product, or start from scratch? And how does publication configuration even work?”
“Enough questions, let’s just get started,” I replied: “There no such thing as the perfect moment!”
Continue reading A day in the life of an editorial department