System reference materials are invaluable resources. Unfortunately, the reference materials given by manufacturers are often too generic to be helpful. Are you aware that you can have system reference materials written describing how a system applies to your specific processes? User manuals, quick start guides, and training materials are only a few examples of the types of reference materials that can be created through documentation.
By enabling your users to be more self-sufficient, you can reduce training costs and time spent with support services - saving you both valuable time and money that can be used for your core business processes instead. Let Terrell & Terrell help you develop the system documentation that works best specifically for YOU and YOUR firm.
- Deborah Conrad, Documentation Specialist