tekom Fair 2017 | October 24-26, Stuttgart, Germany

While not exhibiting, Stilo will be attending the tekom Fair 2017 in Stuttgart, Germany on Tuesday, October 25 and Wednesday, October 26. If you would like to arrange to meet with one our representatives, drop us an email.

Learn more about Stilo’s Migrate – a cloud service that automates the conversion of content including MS Word & HTML to DITA, JATS & other XML formats, and AuthorBridge, a web-based editor that enables non-technical users to easily create and edit XML content.

The tekom fair – together with the tekom annual conference and the tcworld conference, held simultaneously in English – is the world's largest event for technical communication. The fair takes its visitors to its venue, the ICS (International Congress Center Stuttgart) – Messe Stuttgart. Find out more and register here.


Frankfurt Book Fair 2017 | October 11-15, Germany

Come and meet Stilo at the Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany, you will find us in Hall 4.2 - as part of the Professional & Scientific Information Hot Spot, on booth N92.

Learn more about Stilo's Migrate - a cloud service that automates the conversion of content including MS Word & HTML to JATS, DITA & other XML formats, and AuthorBridge, a web-based editor that enables non-technical users to easily create and edit XML content.

The Frankfurter Buchmesse is the most important international trade fair for content, the center of the international media world and a major cultural event. Nowhere else in the world does the publishing and media industry show itself from a more diverse, innovative and international side than during these five days in October.

Find out more and book your fair ticket.

Bookmark our presentation at the Frankfurt Book Fair:
A new approach to XML JATS content conversion & editing using web-based tools

Presented by Les Burnham, CEO | Stilo International
Thursday, October 12, 3.30pm

XML-based workflows are becoming increasingly well-established. Moving to an XML-based publishing environment can save time and money and make new publishing paradigms possible.

In this session, we will introduce you to two new web-based tools for STM publishers looking to target the Journal Article Tag Suite (JATS) XML specification:

  • Migrate – a cloud service that automates the conversion of content, including MS Word & HTML to JATS, DITA & other XML formats
  • AuthorBridge – a web-based editor that enables non-technical users to easily create and edit XML content

Discover how Stilo can help you significantly reduce your ongoing conversion costs and associated production times.


Migration to DITA – The Atmel / Microchip Story

Morten Haaker, Staff Business System Analyst | Microchip Technology
Introduced by Les Burnham, CEO | Stilo International
Broadcast Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Are you thinking about moving to DITA? In addition to learning DITA, tool and vendor selection, creation of stylesheets, change management and other challenges, you may be faced with having to convert thousands of pages of detailed technical information from an unstructured format to DITA.

This was the task Atmel’s Morten Haaker was faced with back in 2013 when the company embarked upon their DITA migration project. Morten and his team successfully converted hundreds of Atmel’s complex technical documentation (semiconductor-specific information and datasheets of more than 2000 pages) from unstructured FrameMaker to the DITA standard using Stilo’s Migrate cloud XML content conversion service.

But the conversion project didn’t end there. In April 2016, Atmel was acquired by Microchip Technology, a leading provider of microcontroller, mixed-signal, analog and flash-IP solutions, and Morten was further tasked with migrating Microchip’s FrameMaker documents to DITA.

Join us, and Morten, for this Stilo DITA Knowledge Series webinar to learn how they approached the issue of content conversion as an integral part of their DITA implementation and how they managed the conversion of Microchip’s technical documentation following the acquisition.

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Presenter bio | Morten is a Staff Business System Analyst at Microchip Technology responsible for the technical documentation project. Located in Norway, Morten has been with Atmel/Microchip for more than 15 years. He holds a Master of Computer Science from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and heads up the Nordic SDL Knowledge Center User Group.