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Tech Data World - Magazine Subscriptions

 5th Aug 2014

Electus Recruitment Solutions ( and Tech Data World (TDW) ( have come together to provide a unique mix of networking and recruitment services to aerospace, defence and space professionals. Electus Recruitment focuses on the placement and recruiting of specialist skills for these complex tech data markets, whilst tech data world provides platforms, including a quarterly magazine and annual events, for like-minded professionals in these markets to network and knowledge share.

The partnership sees Electus offering a highly competitive recruitment service to the aerospace, defence and space TD markets, initially focused on the UK, whilst TDW will offer subscriptions to the TDW magazine.

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TDW is the only, global, focused magazine on the complex needs of the tech data professional in the aerospace, defence and space sectors. Although they have many subscribers outside of these industries (due to the nature of what we write about), they focus on the A, D and S markets.

Conforming to specifications, graphical communications, CAD/PLM, logistic support analysis, emerging technology, specifications, writing styles conforming to STE, deployment techniques and much much more.

Best of all, TDW is neutral, they are not an organisation that is littered with self-interest or biased opinion, they are not interested in promoting one technique or specification over another.

Electus and Tech Data World simply are passionate about tech data, how it can be married to modern approaches and supporting the TD professionals in these complex markets.

Why Tech Data World (TDW)?

The Tech Data 'problem' and philosophies are common over complex platforms in complex markets. To delivering tech data on a sea-based vessels, military platform in a remote location, operating aircraft or simply supporting complex equipment. The problems are common and often the solutions are also common. TDW is a platform for knowledge sharing, best practice and common solution approaches for TD in the aerospace, defence and space sectors.


What is in the Summer Issue?

In the Summer Issue of TDW, we have some great articles by some leading experts in the TD area.

1 - S1000D v DITA - by Structured Information Director - Andrew Leslie

2 - The XML Cost Curve - by TDW's very own Michael Ingledew

3 - Is Data Quality Keeping up with Deployment Medium - TFD Group

4 - Degree or not Degree?

5 - XML/DITA Authoring and Mobile Publishing in the Aerospace and Defence Sector

6 - The Digital Revolution and Tech Data

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