Excosoft Exhibits at Sweden’s Leading Automation FairRead More
Skribenta Information Strategy
The leading global event and marketplace for technical communication—known as the tcworld conference—is once again taking place in Stuttgart this autumn. We’re proud to announce that our information architect, Jonatan Lundin, will be on site, presenting his latest insights into user behavior and information design.Read More
Over the past year and a half we have been engaging consultants at Orient Software in Vietnam to help develop our products. The partnership has proved a great success, and we plan to gradually increase our work together.Read More
The Swedish Association for Technical Information (FTI) is holding a conference in Göteborg this week, and included in the speaker lineup is Excosoft CEO and Founder Jan Christian Herlitz. Contributing to the "Our Solution" theme, Herlitz will present the new, web-based Skribenta 5 and demonstrate how it helps technical writers work with high volumes of information with ease and efficiency.Read More
Wikiview is an alternative user interface to Wikipedia pages that lets users navigate information in a more structured, Skribenta-like way.Read More
Many technical communicators invest a lot of effort into designing for findability, yet find themselves struggling with information architecture itself: What type of information should be organized, and in which manual? How should content be structured in each manual?Read More
Joakim Ström—CTO, and one of the key drivers of product innovation here at Excosoft—reveals a closer inspection of the workings behind integrated translation memory in his latest article, published this month in tcworld.
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