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Buying a CMS is like migrating to DITA. If you aren't entirely sure
why you would do it, don't.
CMS = Content Management System. In the context of technical
documentation, a CMS is typically an expensive enterprise system such
as EMC Documentum or SDL Trisoft. People also use the word to refer to
HAT = help authoring tool, such as MadCap Flare or Doc-To-Help
Read about how Georgia System Operation Corporation improved teamwork, communication, and efficiency using Doc-To-Help | http://bit.ly/1pJ4zPa