Read how organizations in various industries are using XMetaL to improve productivity and grow their businesses.
The European Space Agency chose XMetaL to streamline procedural accuracy in one of most demanding environments possible – on the International Space Station (ISS). One of their best discoveries: with almost no training, their programmers started work on a custom XML authoring system right out of the gate.
The task given to the engineering team at Robert Bosch GmbH – who design and deliver engine systems and software – is exacerbated by the sheer volume of content they need to create. Find out how XMetaL not only solved their documentation problem, but also changed the team’s way of thinking about efficiency issues and critical business processes.
In a content-saturated market, CIBC World Markets, the investment and merchant banking operation of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, needed to instantly deliver investment banking reports to clients anytime, anywhere. After evaluating other solutions that proved too cost-prohibitive or too complicated to implement, the organization selected XMetaL to reach out to our clients in a way that was never before possible.
XMetaL helps CIBC World Markets to help their customers (PDF – 167 KB)
High-Tech: Hardware and Manufacturing
Laborious, outdated and inconsistent processes at Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) meant that documentation was produced at a snail’s pace, affecting time-to-market. With a massively complex array of content to produce, the team selected XMetaL to realize significant productivity gains – and won.
Texas Instruments at work (PDF – 170 KB)
Symitar, a Jack Henry Company, is the leading provider of core processing solutions for credit unions. Its documentation group started its shift to structured authoring with big ambitions and has been able to realize the efficiency that using structured content can bring. Find out how the team has increased employee morale, improved documentation quality and enhanced its status across the company while learning how important planning was to a successful transition to XML.