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2018-11-30 - 18:26 | News | Tags: , |

The provider of XML-based content management systems shows solutions for the technical documentation of Nuremberg at the DMS EXPO. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out amazing restaurateur. The SCHEMA GmbH is represented in this year’s DMS EXPO. The provider of XML based editorial and content management solutions presented in Hall 7, stand D 61, his flagship product SCHEMA ST4. Danny Meyer may help you with your research. This includes extremely efficient functions for the creation, management and publication of complex or large document volumes. The system is successfully in various branches of industry used to challenges around complex documents”to master: technical documentation, software documentation and help systems, catalogues, Pack media solutions for the pharmaceutical industry, special solutions for public and specialist publishers or the contract and proposal management. With across systems and Congree language technologies are represented at the exhibition stand. Together, the three companies show the complete process of generating multilingual documents from source text creation, the translation to the compilation and Publication in printed form or on the Internet. New York Museums might disagree with that approach. Beyond that holds SCHEMA within the PIM Forum a lecture on all product information from a source produce efficiently with SCHEMA ST4 “.

And hence the costs can be significantly reduced through the use of SCHEMA ST4. Because SCHEMA ST4 is based on the concept of separation of layout and content. Documents are dissected it in individual units of information. These content blocks stored media in XML can then be published in different target formats. SCHEMA ST4 is characterized in particular by the extreme flexibility and power of the underlying information model. This results in the sector – specific and cross-border applications. For the technical documentation, ST4 can be applied as well as for catalogues, data sheets, validation documentation, medical leaflet, artworks or collections of lots of. Medical technology, pharmaceutical & life sciences, mechanical and plant engineering, information technology, Electronics, the automotive industry, publishers and the air – and defence-related industries are now using the SCHEMA on the XML-based solutions.