Cherryleaf featured in Data Quality Pro Journal – improving Healthcare data quality through policy and procedure management

In Data Quality Pro Journal, Dylan Jones interviews Ellis Pratt, Director at Cherryleaf, about how to improve Healthcare data quality through policy and procedure management. According to Dylan, “One of the single most common root-causes of poor information quality is outdated documentation and a lack of governance in the way policies and procedures are managed. Nowhere… Read more »

Cherryleaf featured in this month’s PC Pro magazine

In this month’s edition (confusingly dated January 2013) of PC Pro magazine, Stuart Andrews explores the role of technical writer, the person behind technical documentation. In the short article, he interviews Ginny Critcher, Director at Cherryleaf, who explains the highs and lows of working as a Technical Author.

New Cherryleaf logo – can you guess what it will look like?

The more sharp eyed visitors to the Cherryleaf Web site may have noticed our company logo has almost disappeared off the site. That’s because we have just signed off on a new logo that will be revealed shortly. This gives the opportunity for a little bit of fun – can you guess what our new… Read more »

Thank you

We’re celebrating our 10th anniversary today. Thank you if you have been a customer, employee, job candidate or supplier during that period. If you’ve not worked with us yet, then hopefully we will in the future – thanks in anticipation of that. In some ways, little has changed since November 2002. Organisations still need to… Read more »

See you at Technical Communications UK Conference 2-4 October

We’ll be at Technical Communications UK conference next week. Ellis will be speaking on the 4th October (at 11.00) on “What does the iPad 3 mean for Technical Authors?”. The Technical Communications UK conference includes speakers from outside the technical communication profession, with the aim of bringing a new perspective on communicating information. A successful conference… Read more »