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Themes, trends and topics in technical writing – that was what the SCHEMA Conference 2017 was all about!

The SCHEMA Conference was held in Nuremberg on 9th and 10th May 2017, presenting the best in technical documentation and exciting developments relating to SCHEMA ST4 and SCHEMA CDS. And to top it all, a new visitor record.

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News & networking at the SCHEMA Conference 2017

Spring is a time when everything blooms anew – and this year’s SCHEMA Conference will certainly be no exception. An annual highlight for the technical documentation sector, we will be opening the doors of our conference on the 9th and 10th May 2017 to SCHEMA customers and partners at Nuremberg Convention Center’s (NCC) “Mitte” site, our new venue for this year. Continue reading


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tekom calls – and everyone answers!

Once again Stuttgart played host to the annual conference of the technical documentation industry. From 8th – 10th November 2016 at Stuttgart’s International Congress Centre, we met with many business partners, customers and acquaintances both old and new. As usual there were some sore feet after wandering through the expansive halls, but we were delighted by the lively exchanges to be had with the many interested and knowledgeable experts on our stand. Continue reading


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SCHEMA User Round Table: Participate and Learn From Others

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As software manufacturers, we can do as many beta tests as we want: You, our users, are our real testers. You’re the ones who create 10 to 1000 nodes a day, reuse fragments, and filter productions. You’ve made your very own experiences with ST4 and have developed solution strategies. So, we thought: Too bad this expert knowledge only spills over in special cases such as our annual SCHEMA Conference. This is why the SCHEMA User Round Tables have taken place for some time now: This is a chance to exchange thoughts and experiences, regionally and casually, in a small circle.

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