Xeditor to Present Webinar on Technical Writing

XEditor logoMunich, August 3, 2015Xeditor announced today that its first webinar on technical documentation “Creating Smart Documentation and the Future of Technical Writing” will take place on August 18, 10-11 a.m. Pacific Time.

Industrial production and technical communication continue to grow more complex and demand faster product life cycles. At the same time, the Internet of Things has begun to provide an infrastructure to connect data with objects without the need for human interaction. In this future, will we need technical communication at all?

Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and his special guest presenter, Alexander Hoffmann, Technical Documentation Head at appsoft.de, as they discuss whether or not future smart products will simply explain themselves, and how the role of technical writer will change over the next five years.

Those interested in the webinar can register at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/9273/166489.

With Xeditor, the web-based WYSIWYG editor, structured documents can be created without any technical knowledge. The Editor has an intuitive user interface and is similar to Word. Furthermore, it is easy to integrate into other systems like CMS, PIM, etc. The editor offers support not only for DITA but for also other XML standards like PI-Mod and many more. Thanks to WIRIS the author can edit and display mathematical formulas in MathML.

image source: Xeditor by appsoft Technologies GmbH

About Appsoft Technologies

Appsoft Technologies, an innovative and dynamic team in Munich, offers among other things software solutions for XML based jobs and publishing. The development of modern and open software architectures allows flexible and tailor-made customer solutions. Appsoft provides Xeditor, the web-based XML editor and Xpublisher, with the XML editing system.

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