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Category Archives: translation memory
We’re at Localization World in Santa Clara this week, where we spotted several interesting products and companies. One company to look at is Plunet, which makes a translation project management tool that allows customers to have end to end control … Continue reading
PO Editor is a simple, easy to use localization tool that you can use to simplify your software localization workflow.
I recently met with Michael Meinhardt, co-founder of Cloudwords, to get an update on their cloud based translation platform. Founded by Salesforce.com veterans, CloudWords enables clients to manage their translation supply chain and process much more efficiently (most companies use … Continue reading
Smartling, the leading provider of agile localization tools, has upgraded its TMS to support popular office and design document formats, enabling the system to support a full range of localization projects.
We’re here in Seattle where over a dozen companies are showcasing new technologies and services at the TAUS User Conference. One of the most interesting companies from the first batch is Memsource.
Tilde, based in Riga, Latvia, is a leading developer of European translation technology. The company focuses on developing hybrid machine/human translation engines for secondary languages, and started with the Baltic languages (Latvian, Estonian, and Lithuanian), which are poorly served by … Continue reading
Translated.net is here in Seattle demoing a new plugin that extends popular CAT (computer aided translation) tools so that translators can work effectively as teams, and use a shared pool of translation memory and machine translation services.