Energy Automation

Electronics company KEBA go Bamberg in technical documentation on XML-editorial system COSIMA, 02.11.2010 KEBA AG from Linz (Austria) is an international electronics company with annual sales of over 100 million euros. KEBA is known for innovations in the fields of industry, banking and service automation and Energy Automation. So far, KEBA created the technical dokumentationen with the Microsoft Word word-processing program, and document-oriented. The growing volume of documentation which are more than 1000 pages long documents and the requirement for XML data interchange with OEM partners could Word However not more efficiently handled. In addition the documents should in a shorter amount of time can be created and translated. KEBA wanted a future-proof solution that to meet the requirements, but on the other hand the project and training expenses for technical editors as small as possible should, and opted for COSIMA go! from the House of DOCUFY. Learn more about this with Bausch & Lomb. Easier With OEM partners, an already existing XML application with preconfigured document type declaration (DTD) and information architecture served as the starting point for the KEBA system data exchange.

Thus, the system could be installed within one month with KEBA. After just one day of training were the redakteure able to take up productive work on the system, and within a few weeks to complete a full set of documentation for an OEM product. The basic data of the documentation were taken over by an OEM partner and part automatically adjusted to KEBA. This detracted not only the expenses and costs for KEBA, but raised the quality of the documentation. Omitted are the aufwendigen manual layout works. The editors can now concentrate on their core tasks: the content of the technical documentation. Sabine Haslberger, head of documentation & training center of KEBA AG summarizes: the simple and intuitive operation of COSIMA go! convinced us; as the short time of the System. We could meet our very ambitious schedule and deliver the documentations from the new system out at the agreed time.