Displaying items by tag: documentation
Looking for: Biz developer, Marketer, Sales person
Currently many businesses use Microsoft Word for writing technical documents, and another tool(Sharepoint,Alfresco,...) to manage access, collaboration, and permissions. This process while powerful has many pain points (hard to setup, maintain, steep learning curve) that makes it a poor fit for SMEs.Memobuild aims to provide an integrated minimal SAAS solution that covers most of the need with easy set-up and zero…
Looking for: Designer, Developer
The IT world today is littered with Server and Network Documentation.  MSP's,  IT Departements, and "IT Guys" struggle to keep their documentation up to date for their clients and even themselves.Some people use "OneNote" some use Visios and Word Documents, some use notepad files on a file server.  I want this to be the old way of doing documentation.  I…
Looking for: Biz developer, Developer, Marketer
This is a Windows-based help and documentation editor with an innovative what-you-see-is-what-you-mean concept so users don't need to mess with style and formatting. It has a very streamlined interface, yet it is quite powerful under the hood. Highlights are: full separation between style and contents, built-in screen capture, templates, themes, auto keywords/index, PDF / CHM / HTML output, and much…
Looking for: Advisor, Biz developer, Designer, Developer, Marketer
Allow users to create modular documentation by taking the emphasis off of the output format. Let the user determine the format after the content has been customized to their audience and medium. Eliminate rework and maximize existing assets.