Your outsourced partner
What you want is quality documents delivered within your own timescales at a cost you can afford. But what if your documentation actually added value to your product development process? What if it wasn’t just the last step? What if your documentation helped you to make better, easier to use products? Imagine documentation that doesn’t just save you money on support calls but actually makes you money.
Outsourcing your documentation to 3di takes away the pain of training and maintaining a team of writers. Let your engineers and marketing personnel get back to what they’re good at and let us do what we’re good at – producing really good documentation.
Working with us reduces your managers’ workload, meaning they can concentrate on your business. Our specialist managers know exactly how to run an authoring team efficiently and effectively.
The 3di team of documentation specialists is always on hand to provide you with a cost-effective and flexible technical authoring service tailored to your needs.
Unlike a contractor or freelance technical author, 3di’s team of technical authors can provide a wide range of skills and experience.
Our authors are trained in popular authoring tools so we get to work straight away on your existing documentation, or advise you on how to ensure your documentation supports your business strategy.
And with our best-practice processes 3di ensures you get high-quality documentation delivered on time ensuring your teams, partners and customers get the latest information they need to do their jobs effectively.
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