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The Premier Technical Communication
and Content Strategy Conference

October 3-6, 2021 | Fairmont Austin

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Thomas Bro-Rasmussen

Owner, TBRO

Thomas Bro-Rasmussen graduated as M.Sc. in human physiology, biochemistry, and biology, but has spent the past 30 years in the world of computer graphics and communication. Thomas has equally divided his expertise between design, training, and development. His expertise ranges from the intricacy of adjusting a glyph in a font to the million-page technical documentation.

Thomas Bro-Rasmussen graduated as M.Sc. in human physiology, biochemistry, and biology, but has spent the past 30 years in the world of computer graphics and communication. Thomas has equally divided his expertise between design, training, and development. His expertise ranges from the intricacy of adjusting a glyph in a font to the million-page technical documentation.


Monday

Track 311:30 - 12:25

The Headache of Regulations: How to Use MadCap Flare to Manage Your Medical Device and Machine Safety Regulations

There are two sets of regulations that drive people insane. They are called MDR (Medical Device Regulations) and MSR (Machine Safety Regulations). And today these regulations are fierce and getting fiercer. They both share one important feat: if your documentation is not in compliance with these regulations, an audit can effectively stop sales or worse. The result is an obvious disaster for companies that do not meet these regulations. In this presentation, Thomas Bro-Rasmussen will show how MadCap Flare can be used to address many of these issues at hand. A reporting mechanism designed to satisfy even the toughest audits will also be discussed. By the end of this session, you will have a solution that will bring the quality assurance, regulatory affairs, and technical documentation departments together with a smooth working environment – all due to Flare.

Tuesday

Track 42:50 - 3:50

Migrating Large Projects into MadCap Flare

Imagine you have years of work in Word, FrameMaker, InDesign, RoboHelp, or other applications, and you have wisely invested in MadCap Flare. How do you migrate all of this content to Flare? Flare provides several import options, however, there are a lot of opportunities and challenges involved and the migration can quickly feel overwhelming. In this session, Thomas Bro-Rasmussen and Scott DeLoach will discuss and demonstrate Flare's migration options and provide tips for selecting the best options based on your content and goals. We will also share best practices and provide migration recommendations based on our extensive experience migrating content into Flare. Our goal for this session is to help you set realistic migration expectations and take advantage of all of Flare’s importing features.

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