Technical Writing

What’s the first thing auditors inspect in your organization? What do they scrutinize longer than anything else? If you guessed ‘documentation,’ you’re right. You’ve heard the saying, “If it isn’t documented, it didn’t happen.” This is especially true for meeting regulatory requirements. Documentation must reflect all of an organization’s quality and compliance activities.

What are the benefits of using a technical writer?

  • Clarity — Technical Writers are trained for clarity of presentation and materials making the information more easily understood and processed.
  • Consistency — Are many people writing documents for you? Are some writers good and others not quite up-to-par? A technical writer can prepare or edit documentation to ensure consistency among the processes.
  • Certification — Professional documentation is critical to gaining and maintaining ISO certifications, for meeting regulatory standards, and for passing audits.
  • Training — Clear, accurate SOPs, methodologies, and other documentation will help facilitate effective employee and client training.
  • Traceability — A paper trail of documented events allows you to monitor and improve your processes, products, and services. Technical writing also includes the preparation of forms and other documents related to the completion of work.
  • Time — While a technical writer prepares or edits your documents, you will have more time to spend on your job or with your clients.

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