Here at CSOFT, we strive to view every day as Earth Day. Our people come from all corners of the world, and don’t necessarily celebrate on the same day or in the same ways. However, we all make a conscious effort year-round to be environmentally conscious and friendly. To honor Earth Day, we took a moment to ask our global CSOFTers how their home countries celebrate our planet, and how they make an effort in their everyday lives to be more conscientious about the saving the environment.
Rather than formatting with presentation to end-users in mind, structured documents give priority to grouping information together logically. When used in the right situations, it can make document contents easy to search, update, and reuse. However, many businesses will find structured documentation inefficient and not worth the trouble of implementing.
In 2016, e-commerce sales in the US reached $396 billion and are predicted to grow to 684 billion by 2020. In China, e-commerce is expected to outstrip the US’s with $1 trillion in e-commerce sales in 2016 growing to $2 trillion by 2019. In other emerging markets like Mexico, where internet and mobile penetration is growing, market potential is increasing.
Darwin Information Typing Architecture, or DITA, provides a formidable toolset for creating and maintaining technical documentation across multiple products and services. DITA allows writers to consider each section in a document as one single unit, and allows writers to then edit individual units accordingly, eliminating the need to rework whole documents manually.
China’s role in the global economy is a powerful one, especially in the R&D sector where it continues to show steady growth. As a result, China is now strategically placed in a prime location, serving as a platform for global enterprises wanting to explore R&D opportunities within Chinese borders, and equally for domestic enterprises wanting to explore opportunities abroad.