In 2006, Business Objects faced a major challenge. How to migrate over 50,000 pages of unstructured non-topic based documentation it had acquired through rapid growth and acquisitions. The answer was to use the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) to standardize content creation, management, translation and publishing processes company-wide.

In this short TechWriterVoices podcast, David Holmes talks about how he and his team at Business Objects migrated 50,000 unstructured pages to DITA.