Localization and translation are often used in similar contexts, but they’re not the same thing. Today’s blog entry on T for Translation offers an insight into the localization process and explains why using a language service provider (LSP) can make a world of a difference for your business. Click and learn!
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This week’s blog entry on T for Translation makes a general case for how some of the standard service offerings of a localization provider can be beneficial to globalizing company brands. Whether you’re familiar with the localization industry or not, this piece should provide some food for thought, especially when considering current global trends.
Check out T for Translation to learn about TermWiki’s latest release, the TermWiki Widget. Uwe Muegge, CSOFT Senior Tools Strategist, details the benefits of the widget from ease of use to customizability. If you’re ready to revolutionize your online terminology management, then head on over to T for Translation to learn more about the TermWiki Widget.
Hi everyone, stop by our T for Translation blog to read about Day One of CSOFT’s 9th Annual World Summit, which focused on everything localicious! From terminology management to corporate localization development, technology’s impact on the global economic and culture landscape to the past, present and future of localization, we covered it all. Read all about it at T for Translation!
Hey all! Stop on by to check out today’s easy to read blog post on Four Reasons why You’ll Love TermWiki! Feel free to choose from one of three categories to find out how to use TermWiki to best accommodate your needs and interests: TermWiki for general users, for translators, or TermWiki Corporate Edition. Happy Reading!