Official Webinar: Using MadCap Flare as a Content Management System
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Content management systems (CMSs) are a hot topic these days and you may be thinking about adopting one for use in your doc group. But itâs not a simple taskâ¦ Cultural issues can delay or derail implementation. Defining whether and how a CMS might fit into your workflow isnât easy. And getting it wrong can waste a lot of money since even a simple commercial CMS is far more expensive than a help authoring tool.
Help authoring tools (HATs) like Flare seem unrelated to CMSs, but HATs have gone far beyond help authoring. They now offer features like repositories, review support, content customization, flexible input and output, and more. In effect, today's HATs are lightweight CMSs. Which means?
If youâre thinking about adopting a CMS, you can use Flare to build a simulated CMS to try to spot problems before buying a ârealâ CMS. You might even be able to use Flare as a CMS, reducing disruption and saving a lot of money. This webinar looks at how Flare can be used to create âpseudo-CMSsâ for testing purposes, and how it might be used as lightweight but functional âtrueâ CMS.
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