Are you a current MadCap Flare user based in Orange County, or interested in learning more about the latest tools and technology in technical communication? Join me on February 20th for an upcoming event hosted by the Orange County Chapter of STC, where I’ll be joined by Anet Gambina from AAG, the leading reverse mortgage lender in the United States. Anet will be conducting a case study presentation on document migration to MadCap Flare.
This topic is a great resource for anyone looking for tips on the migration process of legacy content and how to move to an efficient, topic-based authoring environment. If that’s not enough, here are three reasons why you should attend:
1. Get Valuable Takeaways from an Experienced User
Anet Gambina, Software Technical Writer, will share how Flare has helped AAG centralize documentation and training resources to provide company-wide access to support staff and users. From this experience, she will share the challenges of migrating existing content, valuable lessons learned, and how Flare has gained acceptance throughout her company. If you’ve ever had questions on how to streamline the process of migrating content to Flare, this event is for you.
2. Network with Other Technical Communicators
The Society of Technical Communication is one of the largest professional associations dedicated to the advancement of the field of technical communication. The Orange County Chapter is just one of the many STC chapters located throughout the US, and provides networking, educational, and employment information opportunities for tech comm professionals. This event is a great opportunity to meet some of the folks in the industry, and network with local tech writers in your area.
3. Speak Directly with Me
Got any comments or questions about Flare? Or just want to say hi? I’ll be there with Anet to share best practices, tips, and takeaways for anyone looking to get more out of their use of Flare.
The meeting will be held at the Double Tree Club Hotel – Orange County Airport, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Registration closes on Saturday, February 17, so register here to reserve your spot.
We look forward to sharing how MadCap Flare can modernize your documentation workflow.