(last updated: April 2007)
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Custom Content Authoring Services
We begin the authoring process by reviewing a representative sample of your current material. With a sense of the material in hand, we will discuss with you the following and other elements as well: Who is the audience for these custom solutions? What is the range of computing experience and expertise of your audience? What type of computing environment does your organization have? Is this designed for use by end-users directly or is it intended for use by support analysts?