Delivering best in class business solutions for secure,
enterprise computing, Citrix is at the forefront of desktop,
application and server virtualization, application networking and
cloud computing. Their customers include the world’s largest
Internet companies, 99% of Fortune Global 500 enterprises and
hundreds of thousands of small businesses in more than 100
For their Education team, creating a more efficient method for
authoring product training and support materials for print and
online delivery, and for easy customization and maintenance was a
priority. Learn how and why they chose to work with XMetaL in order
to meet this goal in the case study below.
Shifting to XML authoring is helping the Citrix Education team write
a new chapter in efficiency
(PDF – 79 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.
Symitar’s shift to XML cuts costs,
connects writers and chops workload (PDF – 139 KB)
Part of the mission for Sterling Commerce is to “simplify the most complex business processes to help customers achieve business without borders.” Faced with escalating content demands and a new strategic directive towards selling solutions instead of products, find out why Sterling Commerce chose XMetaL to overcome its own internal process barriers.
Single-sourced Content Management with XMetaL Creates Customer Delight for Sterling Commerce (PDF – 235 KB)
Once Sybase set its sights on XML and DITA as the modes of content delivery for the future—it chose JustSystems’ XMetaL solution as its enabling technology. Sybase’s inclusive, people-driven and holistic approach adds up to a set of best practices, all of which are relevant for any organization exploring the transformative potential of an XML-based content lifecycle.
Sybase Customer Story (PDF – 357 KB)
Archived Webinar: “Lessons Learned from Sybase’s Content Lifecycle Implementation: 7 Steps to Getting Started”