How do you manage your complex document challenges?
We help you to get things in control.
Many companies struggle in managing (frequent) document updates. Especially when similar content is used in different places (like images)Learn more
Localizing documentation is key in many industries. However, how do you manage your localization process in an consistent and efficient way.Learn more
Provide information about 1 product with 1000 variants in 10 000 documents quickly and easily?
Create 1 document in 10 output formats and 100 languages with only a few clicks?
Collaborate worldwide to create, update and publish your documents anywhere?
Guarantee 100% consistent documentation structure and formatting wherever it appears?
Our Solution - ST4
SCHEMA ST4 is the leader in Component Content Management Systems for your technical writers and your technical documentation. A new generation of information management with content delivery for automotive, engineering, manufacturers, electronics, information technology, aviation and space industry, life science industry, and more.
Change an information only once, every reuse of it is automatically up to date.
Layouts can be created automatically and without programming. Publish content to the desired output formats.
Translation Under Control
Make working with multilingual content easier, including languages such as Japanese or Arabic
Creating Variants Easy
Create, maintain and publish variant-rich documentation. Whether you have 3, 300, or 30,000 variants.
Using a Component Content Management System (CCMS) to manage your documentation delivers time and cost savings across a number of key business areas, from saving time during the authoring period to completely automating the laying out and delivery of documentation.WANT TO KNOW MORE ?
Time To Market
reduction up to 40%
Layout and publishing savings up to 75%
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Is complex document management good for you?
What are “complex documents”?
Complex documents are not created once and then archived, but are part of a life cycle process. This life cycle process is defined by one or more of the following requirements: