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Smartling Adds Additional Document Translation Support to Translation Management System
Smartling, Inc., a provider of cloud-based enterprise translation management solutions, announced support for a broad range of business documents, including

translation and localization  approach to solving the translation management needs of organizations has caught the attention of a diverse array of global brands, including SurveyMonkey, Foursquare, Vimeo, Kodak, and others. There are a number of solution providers building a presence in the translation software arena, but Smartling looks to be building out one of the smarter (excuse the pun) solutions to meet the growing needs of international businesses. Read More...
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Internationalization Services: Should You Go It Alone when Going Global?
If your firm is anticipating a steady stream of localization (“l10n”) projects in the near future, you’ve inevitably confronted the question of how to

translation and localization  Services: Should You Go It Alone when Going Global? If your firm is anticipating a steady stream of localization (“l10n”) projects in the near future, you’ve inevitably confronted the question of how to streamline and reduce the cost of such efforts. For technology firms with significant software components, the answer is often internationalization. Learn how to decide whether to farm out internationalization tasks to expert service providers or to keep the job in-house. Read More...
Adonix Expands X3 And Its
While Adonix, until recently a quiet French ERP provider, may have the trumps to create more buzz internationally, the road to success will by no means be an

translation and localization  the company with product translation and localization issues, which has resulted with solid multi-national and/or localization capabilities of the product. Strategic Strengths Nevertheless, the time has come for Adonix to expand even more internationally. Its experience gained from European organizations, its large installed base, and its recent product development strategy present a good expansion opportunity to become a significant player for midsize enterprises even outside Europe. Almost 80% of the Read More...
Global ERP Functionality Delivered
Today, global trade management issues affect small and midsized businesses (SMBs) and large multinationals alike. While enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a

translation and localization  most common considerations are translation and presentation of date formats. Any residual issues of date formatting were typically addressed in Y2K (Year 2000) remediation, leaving the issue of translation. Again, there are two issues: the user interface and presentation of data (such as product descriptions). Providing that the labels used by the user interface have been externalized, this element of translation represents the ?“easy part.” The newer releases from all major vendors have taken this Read More...
Enhancing Internationalization Productivity
Technology companies with global objectives understand the importance of software internationalization (“i18n”) as they juggle localization requirements. But

translation and localization  Internationalization Productivity Technology companies with global objectives understand the importance of software internationalization (“i18n”) as they juggle localization requirements. But they struggle with the complexity and other challenges of code that’s typically not designed for every overseas market. This document discusses how software productivity tools designed to support i18n project teams can yield better global business results. Read More...
Scala Shows Far More Than A Bit Of A Backbone Part 1
Scala seems to be telling any competitor that two can play the game in the global enterprise market. Employing offense as the best defense, the company is

translation and localization  generic framework for application translation of new Scala products. By using this new tool Scala was able to launch iScala 2.1 with built-in support for 24 languages at its release. The multi-lingual capabilities are enhanced by the new Unicode technology that is used in iScala 2.1, allowing the combination of any languages with different characters in a single installation. True multi-language technology like Unicode also allows a wide range of languages such as Chinese, Russian or Arabic, to be Read More...
Top 6 Enterprise Software Trends to Watch for in 2008-And What It all Means for You
You may still be feeling a little woozy from showing 2007 out the door. Make sure you’re not caught off-guard by 2008, with the top 6 trends you should watch

translation and localization  6 Enterprise Software Trends to Watch for in 2008-And What It all Means for You You may still be feeling a little woozy from showing 2007 out the door. Make sure you’re not caught off-guard by 2008, with the top 6 trends you should watch for in the year ahead. 1. ERP—The Technology Matures Granted, ERP vendors have been defining the technology as “mature” for quite a while now, but with limited room for ERP feature and function innovation (from a transactional point of view), they can no longer Read More...
Microsoft 'The Great' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again Part 1: Recent Acquisition Announcement
Having garnered cash amounting to the GDPs of many developed countries, software giant Microsoft has treated itself with another 'billion plus' acquisition of

translation and localization  'The Great' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again Part 1: Recent Acquisition Announcement Event Summary On May 7, after couple of weeks of the press' speculations, and the parties' courting and 'playing hard to get' game, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), the world's largest software provider, announced it has reached an agreement to acquire Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies. The acquisition is seen to bring together the Read More...
Will Glovia Glow Again Through Its Hub And VARs?
While Glovia continues its revamping as a holistic B2B e-business provider for manufacturers and service companies beyond core ERP, its ongoing management

translation and localization  With glovia.hub's real time translation technology, orders can be entered in one language and seen in any other language. Other benefits include the ability to aggregate sales and demand within a single organization, to merge products and services as one offering, and to generate quotations that reflect multi-plant collaboration. glovia.hub to date comprises of five groups of technologies (i.e., hub platform, hub integration management, hub e-commerce, hub collaboration, content management) covering many Read More...
Mutual Drug Selects Epicor TDX
While most of Epicor’s recent wins revolve around its flagship Epicor 9 (a.k.a., Epicor ERP) product suite, the vendor recently announced that North Carolina

translation and localization  just about any EDI translation software. Many EDI vendors offer proprietary transmission of data, such as purchase orders, price updates, and new item additions. Epicor TDX, which came from former Activant , ensures compatibility with these data exchange services—data transmission defines standards for how two computers exchange data. Epicor provides fully tested TDX and EDI relationships, ensuring seamless exchange with supplier and partner systems. In addition, the Epicor TDX VAN has enhanced online Read More...
Software Implementation Gone Awry-As Depicted in These 15 Oscar-nominated Films for Best Picture
As a research analyst for TEC and a contributor to its Blog, I sometimes get the opportunity to mix business-related issues with common everyday pleasures. This

translation and localization  this project… Lost in Translation – “You forgot to do what?” To ensure your company’s software selection project events won’t end up on my next Oscar list of Best Pictures (or worst implementation nightmares), I suggest taking a look at TEC’s Evaluation Centers . This will help put you on the path to what will be your best performance yet! Read More...
Cyberwisdom
Established in 1999, Cyberwisdom is a leading provider of innovative learning solutions. Built upon a suite of content, technologies and methodologies, our

translation and localization  Established in 1999, Cyberwisdom is a leading provider of innovative learning solutions. Built upon a suite of content, technologies and methodologies, our offerings include learning management system, e-learning content design and production, off-the-shelf e-Learning content, training consultancy as well as blended learning which combines both e-Learning and instructor-led training. Headquartered in Hong Kong with offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, we can provide comprehensiv Read More...
EDI: Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying EDI Integration
Your business has a better chance of withstanding the challenges of difficult economic times if it can respond quickly to change, provide accurate data, and

translation and localization  EDI , Hosted EDI Translation Web . Integrating your EDI into your ERP or accounting system is one of the best business deci- sions you can make. Poor planning, lack of clarity and ownership however can quickly turn your EDI integration project into a costly mistake that can have disastrous results. Learn how to avoid the key mistakes and guarantee success. Avoiding Data Integration mistakes Minimizing downtime, reducing overhead costs, optimizing throughput: these are goals that resonate with small and Read More...
IBM and Partners Load the Guns in Europe
IBM has launched a service provider initiative in Europe, a move that underlines the growing trend to 'coopetition' behavior among service providers and

translation and localization  and Partners Load the Guns in Europe IBM and Partners Load the Guns in Europe E. Robins - September 21, 2000 Major Market Impact IBM has announced a service provider partnership program in Europe that will have major implications on how large and small digital business service providers (DBSPs) operate, not only in Europe, but also throughout the world. For clients, it means one-stop shopping for technology and niche services that run the gamut from legacy integration to branding services, in a coordina Read More...

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