Re: Leading and Bleeding Edge?
People want modern-looking,
interactive websites. Then they also explain on that they need PDF
generation, translation, multi-edit capabilities, single source generation,
workflows, and document statuses, etc. By the time the list of requirements
is finalized, about the only tools that satisfy them are more traditional
tech comm tools.
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