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!”
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Are you about to finish your studies and wondering what to do next? Like many other students before me, that question gave me some sleepless nights. When you study to become a teacher, the next step is usually clear. But I wanted to explore other careers, apart from teaching. What about marketing, HR, or maybe a job in sales?
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DOCUFY Guest post for the doctima blog
Current trends like digitalization, industry 4.0, mobile computing, social selling and big data will influence the products of tomorrow and, ultimately, impact the future development of our entire society.
Technical documentation is not immune to these changes, of course. On the contrary – information is increasingly becoming the lubricant of our digital world, and who is better placed to provide it than the technical documentation sector? It now has a unique opportunity to leave behind its traditional wallflower image and become a major player in corporate structures.
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Interviewee: Holger Matthes, Product Manager COSIMA
What is COSIMA and what can it do?
COSIMA is the proven content management system for technical documentation from DOCUFY. Around the world, content managers and writers – from one-person operations to major corporations – work with COSIMA. COSIMA is available in the versions COSIMA go! and COSIMA enterprise.
For whom is the COSIMA go! industry solution appropriate, and whom does COSIMA enterprise offer crucial added value?
COSIMA go! is our ready-to-use, ready-to-go content management system. That means it can be used right away and provides a predefined configuration for applications in mechanical and plant engineering, or in other fields such as software documentation, to name a few examples 47rji3e. Thanks to its high degree of configurability and the scripting interface, our users can optimally adapt their COSIMA go! to meet their daily needs.
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How time flies! We spent months preparing for the tekom annual conference − the industry event for technical communication − and then the trade fair went by in a flash for us, the more than 4,000 visitors and approximately 170 exhibitors. The sheer speed made the three days of the fair from November 8−10 just that much more intensive. They were chock-full of important conversations, interesting talks, exciting industry news and a few amusing team moments.
Continue reading Information is becoming intelligent: a look back at tekom 2016
Interviewee: Christoph Beckmann, Product Manager TopicPilot
What is TopicPilot, and what does the product offer?
TopicPilot is our mobile publication platform that makes it possible for users to deliver content throughout a business and to all of a business’ customers. TopicPilot’s USP is its efficient way of finding and making individual topics, documents, videos, or Office files and PDFs available in the blink of an eye. But the best thing is that TopicPilot can be used immediately with existing data without the need for any special adjustments. A high-performance full-text search is another key component of the application and is available both online and offline on mobile iOS and Android devices.
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