From practice

Bosch Thermotechnik uses TIM

Bosch Thermotechnik is a leading worldwide supplier of high-quality heating and hot water systems. At 21 locations they produce a number of powerful national and international brands, such as, Bosch, Buderus and Junkers. Bosch Thermotechnik uses the XML authoring and content management system TIM for creating operating, installation, and assembly manuals, start-up documents, service, maintenance, and planning manuals.

CLAAS uses TIM

„At home in all fields, worldwide" (CLAAS)

CLAAS is one of the world leading manufacturers of harvesting equipment and covers all requirements of complete processing in field treatment and agriculture. In Europe CLAAS is the market leader in harvesting machines and the number one in mobile field shredders worldwide. CLAAS is a manufacturer in 7 German and foreign production locations. These are also very successful suppliers for several other branches.

Coperion’s documentation department undergoes strategic realignment

Coperion is the international market and technology leader in compounding systems, feeding technology, bulk materials handling systems and services – as well as being a partner for global corporations and small to medium-sized companies in the plastics, chemicals, food, and aluminum industries.

Coperion GmbH

ERBE uses TIM

Medical technology from ERBE stands out due to forward-looking technology, precision and ergonomics. It is difficult to imagine surgery without ERBE devices and instruments. They provide efficient and conservative surgical procedures in clinics, hospitals and specialist doctor's offices.

Fronius: TIM bundles the energies in the technical documentation

Technical sophisticated products have to be easy to use - this is the credo of Fronius International. Therefore, the global manufacturer of battery charging systems, welding technology and solar electronics sets a high value in an ergonomic product design and a comprehensible documentation. Thanks to the content-management-system TIM the effort for the creation of multilingual operating, installation and assembly instructions has been reduced significantly.