FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
26 May, 2009, 12.00 GMT
Contact: Ellis Pratt
+44 1784 258672
London, UK―Cherryleaf Ltd is joining with Scriptorium Publishing (United States of America) and HyperWrite (Australia) to create the TechComm Alliance.
Ellis Pratt, Sales and Marketing Director at Cherryleaf Ltd., commented, “Working with TechComm Alliance means that you’re working with technical communicators who are experts in developing large and complex user assistance projects and content management solutions. We can take the stress out of complicated international technical writing projects.”
“We are delighted to join the TechComm Alliance as a founding member with two other outstanding organizations. Our customers are global companies that need support worldwide,” said Sarah O’Keefe, President, Scriptorium Publishing. “The TechComm Alliance gives us a trusted network of partners with whom we can provide technical communication services around the world.”
One major advantage to the consortium is in providing local resources for training. Tony Self, Founder of HyperWrite, commented, “We have clients in the USA, Europe and New Zealand. Although we can and will travel to our customer sites, TechComm Alliance gives us the option to work with a local partner to provide on-site support. Our customers benefit from faster support and lower travel costs.”
Alliance members intend to share projects and lead referrals as appropriate.
TechComm Alliance is an international consortium of technical communication service providers, www.techcommalliance.com.
Scriptorium Publishing provides expert advice on how to develop, deploy, and manage content. The company is based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA; www.scriptorium.com
Cherryleaf Limited is a technical communication company based in the United Kingdom. The company has expertise in single sourcing (reusing content) and online Help with locations in Brighton, Heathrow (London) and Oxford (Thame); www.cherryleaf.com
HyperWrite is an Australian hypertext solution company, founded in 1993. The company provides specialized hypertext and Web consultancy services, training, and produces the very successful annual Australasian Online Documentation and Content (AODC) Conference, now in its eleventh year; www.hyperwrite.com