Constant revision, Multiple languages. If you manage or publish books that need frequent (constant) revision in multiple languages. Borges is for you. It will enable you to track changes at the paragraph or block of text level, maximizing translator's and proof reader's time.
Team Leaders. If you manage a team of authors, even scattered around the net, through it's CVS integration, task, revision and languages management, Borges will considerably simplify your life.
Reusable Content. If the content you are publishing is reusable, Borges is for you. For example, you write a travel guidebook for the USA and would like, from that same content, to publish books on each individual state without having to manipulate your document. You can also publish one book out of many.
Multiple Format Publishing. In todays Internet world, the format you choose to publish your work is something very likely to change. Furthermore, in a Customer Relationship Management perspective, it becomes a great asset to deliver content in the format most suitable for your users. It may be a book, it may be a web site, it may be a downloadable PDF... Borges, through it's XML and DocBook foundation is specifically tailored to address these needs... You can define layout for all of those formats and really adopt a content provider approach.
Do use Borges if you:
In short, Borges will provide you with a solution to efficiently manage large documentation projects, bringing higher quality and reducing delays. The counterpart will be some time to spend reading the documentation and getting used to the system. If necessary installing a GNU/Linux system will also be needed. If you don't know DocBook, you'll have to learn it as well.