Documentation Management



Documentation Management

Technical Communication

Project Management


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Documentation Management includes capture of user requirements, conversion into design documents using the systems engineering (SE) model, project management, configuration and documentation management and document production services.

We assist in analysis of tender documents and preparation of interim and final bids.

Your company depends heavily on documentation in the day to day running of your business. In any technological environment, the quality of documentation, or the lack of it, reflects on the quality of the work and the product of that environment.

The use of documentation standards is entirely voluntary; however the existence of documentation standards within the environment will clearly ensure the prospective client and the employee that the enterprise is thorough and exacting in its efforts. Documentation, which is of an internationally acceptable standard, assures prospective clients of your attention to detail.

All company documentation should show some consistency in the style and presentation. If both the client and the employee were to be long time users of the products, then they would like to recognise any new documents and know how to use them.

Documentation and its presentation can be quickly and easily standardised to allow a flexible and future based approach to the evolution of your documents.

Although paper documents are a long way from being redundant, we generate most documentation electronically and provide a print option.

We recommend the use of an automated document management system to ensure version control and controlled distribution.

Documentation Management and Configuration Management are tightly linked in technical environments, particularly where there are updates to be managed and customers to be kept informed of changes. We can set up elementary document management environments or implement enterprise wide document management solutions.

Call us for any writing or document production.

1.       Product operation manuals

2.       Technical manuals and information leaflets

3.       Technical marketing and product overview documents

4.       Requirements gathering and User Requirement Specifications

5.       System Specifications and Item Development Specifications

6.       Operations Manuals, Training Manuals and User Manuals

Configuration Clerk Training