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Join translate plus in an exclusive GALA live webinar

Published on January 26th, 2017

Join translate plus director, Robert Timms, for an exclusive webinar hosted by the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA).

The subject of the live webinar taking place on Thursday 2 February is “Why translation companies develop translation management systems (TMS)”. Robert will be discussing how we use our software products to help our core businesses. He will also talk about how and why translate plus developed i plus®, a fully-featured TMS with associated API and connector technology.

Nowadays, many recognised language service providers have already developed a core custom TMS, or modified a non-translation ERP. Only a few, translate plus being one of them, create client-facing software products to ease the translation process for their clients.

i plus® allows you to integrate all your translation requests, no matter how difficult, into one convenient and easy-to-use platform. The software gives you access to a number of components, each designed to streamline your translation process, leading to a reduction in time and cost on every job submitted via i plus® .

  • Set up internal reviewers for online approval before going live
  • Access translation memories and glossaries online
  • Manage workflows and assign customised user permissions
  • Integrate with websites, CMS, DMS and database applications          
  • Many more benefits besides

The live webinar will touch on what it costs to design and maintain this technology as well as how the development impacts company structures.

translate plus have developed many pieces of software in order to simplify the translation process, which has been recognised by the Deloitte’s league table of the fastest-growing UK-headquartered tech companies in any industry sector, where we were ranked number 14.

Join Robert on Thursday 2 February at 11:00 ET (16:00 GMT) for this exclusive live webinar, ‘Why translation companies develop TMS’.

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Posted on: January 26th, 2017