Palo Alto Localization Technology Round Table

The Palo Alto Localization Technology Roundtable on Thursday, Feb. 3rd, 2011 brings together 5 industry leaders to present an open technology framework that speeds up time to market and drastically reduces your localization and translation costs.

Together, Lingoport, acrolinx, Clay Tablet, Milengo and Asia Online will show how advanced, modular localization technology addresses the… challenges faced when launching products or services to international markets in multiple languages.

You’ll learn the key considerations when taking an international product from design to launch through, Internationalization, Information Authoring, Content Management, Localization and Translation Automation.

And you’ll learn how this is achievable quickly, and with fewer resources, while maintaining a consistent brand and user experience that builds value, saves time and reduces costs.

You will also:

* Access a wealth of localization experience from industry experts
* Discover new technologies and new ways of working that are already changing the localization landscape
* Learn strategies that can streamline your localization efforts and help you quickly launch products worldwide
* Share information with like-minded peers and learn proven practices that you’ll find nowhere else

The Localization Technology Round Table event is free of charge, open to customer-side industry professionals and will be held at the Crowne Plaza Cabana Hotel, 4290 El Camino Real, in Palo Alto, CA 94306.

Learn more and register at: http://bit.ly/fbQZ9p

Webinar Recording: Internationalizing and Localizing a Medical Software Application

Lingoport recently hosted a Webinar with our friends from ForeignExchange Translations, a leading provider of medical translation and localization services.

Adam Asnes, CEO of Lingoport, and Jason Heaton, Marketing Manager at Foreign Exchange Translations, discussed basic principles and processes that make medical products different

This interactive online presentation focused on providing attendees with a wealth of medical internationalization and localization knowledge. Adam and Jason discussed product architectures, testing and solutions to verify functional and linguistic accuracy; they also took an in-depth look at:

We recorded the live Webinar and you may view the recording at your leisure right on your desktop.

Click the following link to view the recording of: Internationalizing and Localizing a Medical Software Application