New functionality helps US Navy improve technical communications

Acrolinx said its content-optimization platform has been added to SDL´s Navy Subscription License Agreement (NESL).

The expanded agreement makes it easier for the US Navy and supporting contractors to deploy Acrolinx technology in their publishing process, which provides functionality to measurably improve the clarity, readability, consistency and quality of printed and digital technical documentation.

The possible benefits for the Navy include improving operational efficiencies, increasing operator and technician safety and reducing mean time to repair.

From sophisticated submarines to advanced aircraft carriers, the US Navy and its contractors produce millions of pages of technical content to support the largest battle fleet in the world.

The Acrolinx platform helps the world´s greatest brands create amazing content: on-brand, on-target, and at scale. Built on an advanced linguistic analytics engine, Acrolinx is the only software platform that can actually “read” content and guide writers to make it better. That´s why companies like Adobe, Boeing, Google, and Philips use Acrolinx to create content that´s more engaging, enjoyable, and impactful.

SDL (LSE: SDL) is the leader in global customer experience. With a completely integrated cloud solution for content management, analytics, language and documentation, SDL solves the complexity of managing your brand´s digital footprint as it grows across multiple languages, cultures, websites, devices and channels. Seventy-nine of the top 100 global companies trust SDL to help them create authentic, in-context customer experiences that drive demand and loyalty.