Vasont Systems’ Webinar Series Highlights Welch Allyn’s Content Management Story

Global medical device manufacturer shares what it was like leaving the unstructured content mindset and transitioning to a component content management system in upcoming webinar

EMIGSVILLE, PA — October 21, 2014 — U.S. device makers spend over $1 billion annually to develop, update, approve, translate, and format all types of content. Therefore, 70% of large device manufacturers are pursuing XML content management For organizations in the medical device and life sciences industries that are considering taking the step from unstructured content to XML, Vasont Systems is providing an educational case study webinar called, “The Journey from Unstructured Authoring to Structured Content and a CCMS,” featuring Welch Allyn, a leading global manufacturer of medical diagnostic equipment, on November 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm Eastern Time. Registration for this free webinar is open.

Guest speaker Joan Taggart, Welch Allyn’s Senior Analyst, will share the company’s journey from unstructured authoring of its technical documentation to DITA XML-based structured content using a component content management system. It will take webinar attendees from where Welch Allyn started to what they did to get where they are today. Joan will also discuss the benefits they have realized using the Vasont CCMS and structured authoring and where they are heading in the future.

“Companies using document-based applications like Word to create product labeling should consider XML-based content management to transform their communications team from being a cost center to a profit center,” said Suzanne Mescan, Director of Marketing for Vasont Systems. “Welch Allyn has a great story to share and tips for anyone looking to move to a structured authoring and content management environment.”