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We can help your organization move to DITA by providing services ranging from defining architecture, specializing DITA to fit your content model, converting legacy content through implementing a system to support your work flow.
With over 30 years experience in technical communication and experience with DITA since its inception, we can provide all the services you may require on your move to DITA and beyond.
HyperWrite Pty Ltd, based in Melbourne, Australia, offers consultancy and training services for DITA and User Assistance projects. Our principal consultant, Dr Tony Self, has a wealth of experience in technical communications, Help systems, and mark-up languages. He is the author of "The DITA Style Guide", and developer of the WinANT Echidna interface to the DITA Open Toolkit. Tony has supported DITA projects for a number of companies around the world, including in Norway, USA, UK, and Malaysia. He is also the chair of the OASIS DITA Help Subcommittee.
Mekon have been working with DITA since the standard was released, providing DITA training, consultancy, and DITA tool selection, integration and customisation services.
Training is available through online instructor-led, scheduled courses, and on customer-site.
We are UK consultants and systems integrators focused on increasing the effectiveness of business content and technical communications through the application of process, content strategy and technology.
I provide consulting, training, design and implementation services for organizations developing knowledge products with DITA.
Recent projects include customizing the DITA Open Toolkit to produce fully brand-compliant server-based online help (with Javahelp 2.0) and PDF user guides from a single DITA map for a web-based enterprise message management application.
I am also an active member of the OASIS DITA Enterprise Business Documents Technical Sub-committee.
User seeking more information on DITA and XMetaL Author Enterprise 6.0.