The new way to edit
How many words leave your organisation every day? How many staff members and agencies are responsible for writing that copy? How do you ensure it’s all written correctly and consistently, and in ways that align with your brand, style rules and business goals?
Acrolinx is an advanced editing software platform that enables organisations to speak with one voice. Powered by artificial intelligence (AI), it helps content creators write high-quality and effective material. It also gives managers detailed analytics reports to help them track their content production processes and quality levels, and it trains users as they work.
What does it look like?
Acrolinx appears as an icon in Microsoft Word (shown here) and other programs including Adobe Creative Cloud, Google Docs, Google Chrome and Oxygen XML Editor. Users run a check and then a sidebar offers corrections and comments on their writing. The score in the top right indicates the overall quality of their copy and is central to Acrolinx’s reporting.
Who uses it?
Amazon, Boeing, Google, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, Nestlé and Wells Fargo are just some of the leading organisations that use Acrolinx. Customers view using Acrolinx as akin to putting an editor on every author’s desktop. This expert ‘robo’ editor has a complete memory of English spelling and grammar as well as their organisation’s language rules and content objectives.
As an accredited partner, Editor Group can help you learn more about Acrolinx, implement the platform and train administrators and users. To learn more or book a demonstration, please contact our Sydney office and ask for Rebecca Segovia or Grant Butler.