Following months of close collaboration, DitaExchange´s Dx4 structured content management software was chosen by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to support its new eRules platform, the tech company said.
Previously, adhering to regulations meant sifting through dozens of individual, long documents. This platform aims at fulfilling EASA´s objective to make European aviation regulations more user-friendly than before.
DitaExchange´s Dx4 structured content management software enables EASA to create modular content that can be tagged, organized, and easily reused.
DitaExchange, a privately held company headquartered in Denmark with locations around the world, is committed to simplifying the way regulated organizations create, manage, share and deliver important content though structured authoring and content management solutions that are built to run on the SharePoint platform.