Re: Consulting Sources

Subject: Re: Consulting Sources
From: Christine Lienhart <clienhart -at- PREVUENET -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1998 10:33:00 -0500

I should have mentioned that we do know we want the online doc to be
web-based.

Christine Lienhart
Prevue Networks, Inc.
Tulsa, OK

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric A Bailey [SMTP:eabailey -at- duke-energy -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 09, 1998 10:25 AM
To: Christine Lienhart
Subject: Re: Consulting Sources

Hi, Christine!

As far as personnel, you could post offerings to this list. As far as
tools, I would recommend FrameMaker for the hardcopy. FrameMaker can
convert the document files to PDF files for online (inter/tranet) viewing.
RoboHelp can convert Frame to Word and a Windows Help system can be
developed and distributed.

Hope that helps.

Rick





Christine Lienhart <clienhart -at- PREVUENET -dot- COM> on 09/09/98 10:56:34 AM

Please respond to Christine Lienhart <clienhart -at- PREVUENET -dot- COM>

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Subject: Consulting Sources




My company has recently identified a set of documentation to be written for
a new release of a new "system." In addition to paper-based guides for our
external customers, we want to provide online resources for internal
help-desk personnel and the users of the applications supporting this new
system. The terms "knowledge base," "troubleshooting guide," and "CBT"
have
been thrown out repeatedly, and in the same breath: INTEGRATION. There
are
a couple of more components to this set, but the gist of it is that I am
being asked to help identify the resources (i.e., consulting firm,
contractors and/or full-time people) and possibly recommend tools.

I have called a couple of local agencies, but they all want to know more
specifically the skills we are seeking, and more details about the type of
projects we are doing. This makes me want to take a step back and consider
in more detail what resources this doc is going to require. I know there
are consultants out there who can steer companies like ours in the right
direction for projects like this: someone who can tell us if we are going
about this in the right way, if we are realistic in our expectations of
what
we want to accomplish, what types of people we need to seek out, and what
tools would serve us best.

Any views or experiences or references would be greatly appreciated.

Christine Lienhart
Prevue Networks
Tulsa, OK

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