Adobe Updates Technical Communication Suite 2

by CXOtoday Staff    Jan 21, 2009

Adobe Systems announced an update to its Technical Communication solution and a new content-authoring solution for professionals, eLearning suite.

The Technical Communication suite 2, the company said, offers improved productivity, along with robust support for standards-based authoring including support for Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) - an XML-based standard for authoring, producing and delivering technical information.

This solution also enables greater integration between FrameMaker, RoboHelp and Captivate. Sanjeev Gadre, director of marketing, print and publishing at Adobe, said, "Rich imagery is now expected by technical readers and the inclusion of Photoshop CS4 allows technical writers, help authors, learning professionals and information specialists to add rich visual content to their work."

The eLearning suite is designed for learning professionals, including educators and trainers, to create rich content that can be delivered via the Web, desktop, mobile devices and learning management systems.

"The new Adobe eLearning suite is a highly integrated set of tools designed to help professionals author, enrich, review and publish rich eLearning content all within one environment," said Naresh Gupta, senior vice president of the print and publishing business unit at Adobe.