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What is GlobalSight?

GlobalSight is an open source Translation Management System (TMS), used to manage, translate and deliver projects for translation, editing, proofreading and storage, among others. This system was developed in Java programming language and uses a MySQL database. It also supports computer aided translation and machine translation. The main features of GlobalSight are: * Custom workflow […]

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CrossCheck

We all understand the importance of offering the highest quality translations, partly for the presentation of new products and services and the professional image that are projected today with a global vision. Additionally, the objective of being in touch with particular markets in the clearest and most direct manner possible makes translation essential. In this […]

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SDL Trados Studio 2009

SDL released the latest version of Trados, SDL Trados Studio 2009. This new tool brings together the independent applications that were used in the past (Workbench, TagEditor, WinAlign, SDLX, Multiterm, et al.) in one practical and easy-to-use interface. First, it is worth highlighting the new file extension that are used in the program: XLIFF: bilingual […]

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MemoQ and SDL Trados Studio 2009

For agencies or translators who work with different programs, MemoQ and SDL Trados Studio 2009 are very compatible. The first impression given by these two programs is that many of their features are exactly the same. They incorporate project management functions into the translation/edition screen; They work with a translation memory, which can be exported […]

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XBench

ApSIC XBench is a quality control tool created by ApSIC (a company specializing in technical translations and localization of software products). It is quite effective when searching within different linguistic resources (glossaries and translation memories, etc.). It also helps detect problems in the quality of translations, such as untranslated segments, source text used in the […]

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