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Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) June 02, 2012
Axium, a leading developer of accounting and project management software for engineering and architecture firms, won an international Merit Award in the Society for Technical Communication (STC) International Summit Awards Competition. The award was for Axium's Ajera Learning Center, its online software tutorial.
Axium credits Dennis Camilleri, Technical Communications Supervisor, and Ling Chan, Senior Technical Communications Writer, for their excellent contribution to the award-winning online tutorial.
We are absolutely thrilled about this award and all the positive feedback we are hearing from clients who use the Learning Center, said Cathy Mills, President.
The Learning Center is a centralized learning system designed to support the delivery and management of all learning and development programs for Axiums Ajera software. Users are able to learn more about Ajera in ways which work best for them. It can be sorted by role, feature, media type or by course.
Our goal as technical communicators is to help clients make well informed decisions when they use our software, and this award makes us feel that were on the right track, said Chan.
One STC judge stated, The Ajera Learning Center contains a huge amount of content thats well organized, clear, and concise. Terrific job!
The creation of the Learning Center was a companywide effort involving input and expertise from all departments at Axium. Without the help and participation of people in the whole company, Dennis and I would not have been able to develop the Learning Center, said Chan.
The Society for Technical Communication (STC) is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the promotion of all aspects of technical communication. STC is the world's largest and oldest professional association dedicated to the advancement of the field of technical communication.
Axiums accounting and project management software for architecture and engineering firms helps over 1,700 firms streamline difficult processes and increase profitability.
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