Web Development & Content management

Technical Writing


It’s very important to effectively communicate the features and benefits of a technology or product to your prospective buyers otherwise if a great product can result in a failure.  To do this, you need to create a technical document that is simple, accurate, easy to understand, and communicates the required information to its targeted audience.   


At addCMS, we have a team of writers who are technically qualified, can understand the technical information  very well, and present the technical content in a simple language.


The technical writers at addCMS have expertise in developing:

  • Technical manuals
  • User Guides
  • Help Files
  • Training Guides
  • Manuals
  • Newsletters
  • Proposals
  • Installation Manuals
  • Quick Reference Guides
  • Computer Based Trainings
  • Web Based Trainings
  • Maintenance Manuals
  • Glossaries

Why addCMS Technical Writing Services:

  • Technically competent team
  • Completely customizable documentation
  • Highly technical content presented in easy to understand language supported with graphics and screen shots.
  • An error free work without language errors, succinct and in sync with your targeted audience.
  • Every technical writer gets training before the project starts.
  • Cost effective solutions

Process of a technical writing project cycle

  • addCMS gets a requirement from the client.
  • Project Manager goes through the requirement and selects technical writer based on his/her technical competency mapping with the requirement.
  • Technical writer gets a technical training on the project.  If required, the technical writer can have a meeting with the development team.
  • Technical writer prepares a content structure and sends it to the client for approval.
  • Once the structure is approved, the technical content is written using the manual and style guides provided by the client.
  • Depending on the requirement on the project, the technical writer visualizes the graphics and takes the screenshots.
  • Graphic designers create the graphics and integrate it with the content.
  • The integrated content is sent to the client for technical review.
  • Any modification or bugs reported by client are fixed.
  • After the editorial review, the technical document is sent for signoff.


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