MadCap Optimizes Microsoft Visual Studio Multi-Channel Authoring Tools Support Systems

MadCap will now incorporate CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) is optimizing its online Help systems and reducing customer support calls with MadCap Flare and the hosted MadCap Feedback Service. CCC uses MadCap Flare single-source, multichannel publishing software to deliver its Web-based Help systems and print documentation. The company then relies on the MadCap Feedback Service to analyze how customers are using the Flare-based online Help for two of its leading products, so it can make these resources more intuitive and easier to navigate. Based on its initial success, CCC plans to migrate to the on-premise MadCap Feedback Server in order to support additional product Help systems based on Flare.

MadCap Software, the leader in multi-channel content authoring and a showcase company for Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft XPS announced new online Help systems

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