Change Management Software Links S1000D(tm) Documentation & LSAR Data
Pittsburgh, PA - January 20, 2010 --[ASDWire]-- Inmedius, Inc. announces the general, world-wide distribution of S1000Dimpact(tm) v4, which provides support for the S1000D(tm) Issue 4.0 Schema, including Descriptive, Illustrated Parts Data (IPD), and Procedural document types or Data Modules (DMs). The powerful change management software links S1000D technical documentation and Logistic Support Analysis Record (LSAR) data, ensuring that modifications in engineering data are tracked and implemented by publication departments.
"The latest Impact release reflects Inmedius' commitment to provide ongoing development in support of the Specification," explained Sean Rushing, Inmedius Director of S1000D Products and Services. "We have also incorporated features and changes to the software that enhance ease of use and productivity; and are the direct result of feedback from our valued clients."
The efficiency of creating initial S1000D Data Modules and managing changes from the logistics source is significantly enhanced with Impact. Users map technical publishing structures to the logistics source, track changes and create Data Module Requirements Lists (DMRLs) for S1000D projects. Impact also provides extensive workflow capabilities, audit trails and reporting functions to maintain controls and manage changes. An online demo, detailed software data sheet, and Version 4.0 release highlights are available at www.inmediusS1000D.com/impact
Impact is one of seven modules in the Inmedius S1000D Publishing Suite(tm), a fully integrated solution set, supporting the entire S1000D technical documentation lifecycle. The robust, yet easy to use software modules work together, integrating authoring through publishing. Browser-based Impact works seamlessly with S1000Dmanager(tm), facilitating a direct link between LSAR data and the S1000D Common Source Database (CSDB) to review and manage engineering changes. Visit www.inmediusS1000D.com for more information and resources.
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