Blue Sky Software CEO Previews the Internet Generation of Help at 1999 Help Technology Conference
BOSTON, Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Sky(R) Software Corporation CEO, Jorgen Lien, is a featured keynote speaker at the 1999 Help Technology Conference which begins in Boston today, and continues through August 28. The Help Technology Conference is designed to assist Help authors, technical writers and software developers who need to create Help systems, documentation, and online tutorials, for software applications. Incorporating these types of user assistance into an application improves its usability and customer satisfaction, increases productivity and ultimately reduces technical support and Help desk costs. The Help Technology Conference is produced by WinWriters and SOLUTIONS, two leading providers of training and educational services in the technical writing industry. This year's conference commences with a keynote session featuring Jorgen Lien, CEO of Blue Sky Software, along with three other industry insiders. The keynote theme is "Piecing together the Online Help Puzzle," and will look at the future of Help authoring from several different perspectives. Mr. Lien will unveil a new concept he calls "The Internet Generation of Help." He will explore the possibilities presented by combining the best of existing Internet technologies into an Internet Help portal that can be accessed from within applications. This idea represents a quantum leap in Help authoring, harnessing the power of the Internet to supplement a Help system's content and provide users with free access to a whole world of knowledge and support whenever they need it. This keynote session kicks off several information-packed days at the Help Technology Conference with over 40 technical sessions covering information design, Help formats, tool comparisons, and more. Blue Sky Software is an official sponsor of this year's Help Technology Conference, and will premier its upcoming RoboHELP Office 2000 Help authoring suite at the event. Jorgen S. Lien is the CEO and co-founder of Blue Sky Software Corporation, the worldwide leader in Help authoring solutions. He has been a guiding force behind Blue Sky Software's industry-leading Help authoring products, and the company's continuing innovations which push the technological envelope. Mr. Lien completed his Master's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and also earned his Bachelor's Degree suma cum laude in Electrical Engineering at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Prior to founding Blue Sky Software in 1990, Mr. Lien was the technical leader of the original Windows Development team at Norsk Data in Scandinavia, and has been involved with Windows development since Windows 1.0. About Blue Sky Software Privately held Blue Sky Software (www.blue-sky.com) was founded in 1990, and is based in La Jolla, California. The company's software products allow technical writers and developers of commercial or in-house software to quickly and easily create application Help systems, documentation, online tutorials, and user assistance. Blue Sky Software is the worldwide leader in Help authoring, with over 250 million online Help systems currently in use that have been created using its products. According to an independent survey, Blue Sky Software is the market share leader in the Help authoring industry, and the company's products have won over 40 industry awards -- more than all other Help tools combined. The Blue Sky Software family of products includes RoboHELP Office, RoboHELP for WinHelp, RoboHELP for Microsoft HTML Help, RoboHELP for JavaHelp, RoboHELP for WebHelp. Blue Sky, RoboHELP and WebHelp are trademarks or registered trademarks of Blue Sky Software Corporation. All rights reserved. All other trademarks used are the property of their respective owners.RELATED LINKS
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