Do you speak COTI? – A translate plus webinar at BOTI

Published on May 14th, 2019

translation workflow

As organisations aim to digitally transform their technical documentation processes, a common challenge is how to make their translation workflows more efficient. One way of achieving this is to combine a translation API with a cCMS (Component Content Management System).

On Thursday 23 May, translate plus Managing Director Robert Timms will be tackling the topic in a webinar for BOTI, the Swedish industry organisation for technical information. He will be looking into a real scenario from one of our clients, Atlas Copco, where the open-standard protocol COTI (Common Translation Interface) is used in combination with ST4, a cCMS that offers multiple levels of COTI support.

The webinar will provide not just a theoretical overview for those considering implementing a cCMS or improving their translation processes, but also valuable lessons learned from implementing and optimising an effective COTI workflow, when real life gets in the way of theory!

BOTI is a Swedish industry organisation for technical information. Their annual conference is a meeting place where they collaborate with their members in order to develop and advocate the possibilities and preconditions for technical information, and they also run a series of webinars throughout the year. This webinar will be conducted in English.

To learn more about COTI and how to make your translation workflows more efficient, make sure to tune in to the webinar on Thursday 23 May at 10:30 BST (British Summer Time)/11:30 CEST (Central Europe Summer Time).

To join, simply follow this Skype link shortly before the webinar start time. This will automatically open Skype for Business or Lync if installed – otherwise you can use your web browser. We recommend logging in 5-10 minutes ahead of time in case you need to check audio or want to install the Skype for Business web app for a better experience. If you’re new to Skype for Business, please visit this Microsoft help page ahead of time.

Posted on: May 14th, 2019