Join free CORENA Webinar: ''What's new in S1000D Issue 4.1?''
CORENA, a global leader in S1000D software and system implementation services, announces a free webinar to follow up on their recent White Paper on the topic of “What’s new in S1000D 4.1.”. Whether you read it or not - here is your chance to learn more about the subject and to ask questions relevant to your business.
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As the rate of adoption of S1000D increases, the ASD association is working diligently to further enhance the specification and to include capabilities that are required to meet specific business needs of users in all industries. S1000D Issue 4.1 of the specification, containing many major changes and awaited concepts, has recently been released. With Issues 4.1 come improvement, added flexibility and a bit more functionality compared to past issues.
This webinar will provide you an overview of the changes and new concepts, which is considered to be of most interest to various S1000D users.
Join the presenters, Victoria Ichizli-Bartels and Paul Sexauer, and learn more about:
- The importance of S1000D Issue 4.1
- Highlights of differences in 4.1 versus past releases
- What it means to be conformant/compliant to S1000D
- New Data Modules and concepts introduced
- Why "Business Rules Decision Point Index" is a milestone
- Why the "Common Information Repository" must be applied with caution
- and a lot more...
Included in the webinar is a chat-based Q&A session, where the presenters will take your questions about S1000D.
The webinar is taking place on 4 June at 10 a.m. PDF (San Francisco), 1 p.m. EDT (New York), 19.00 CET (Amsterdam)
Register here: http://www.corena.com/s1000d_4-1_webinar/
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