Open-Source TMS strives to meet community feature requests
Frederick, Maryland USA – September 2, 2010 – GlobalSight, the Open-Source Translation Management System (TMS), extends usability with its latest 7.1.8 release by adding many features and enhancements requested by community members. Global organizations and localization professionals are looking for a flexible TMS system that meets the on-demand translation needs of the industry. GlobalSight 7.1.8 not only meets these needs, but strives to improve the users’ experience by sharing community member developments and incorporating these into each release
New features in this release
Convertor for InDesign CS4
Support for Microsoft Machine Translation
Ability to add/modify/delete files from a job
TM sharing between GlobalSight servers
A New Terminology Management Translation & Review Process
Ability to reset passwords and retrieve usernames
GlobalSight SSL Support
TTX format for off-line files
Linux version of Desktop Icon
Support for OpenOffice file formats
Enabling of IP filtering at the company level
“The next phase in translation technology development will be all about interoperability,” explains Derek Coffey, Vice President of Technology & Professional Services at Welocalize. “The entire supply chain has become frustrated with the reality of operating in technology silos where applications that share a common purpose don’t facilitate the seamless transition of content from one system to another. GlobalSight Editions and our expanded web services functionality demonstrate a first step towards a vision of independent technologies that connect with each other to remove the friction from our supply chain.”
For more information Welocalize will host a GlobalSight demo on Monday, September 27, 2010 at Noon ET. The free webinar will walk through basic features and functionality, outline integration points with GlobalSight and provide installation and configuration training.
GlobalSight is a collaborative, open source initiative to develop a flexible and sustainable Translation Management System (TMS) that leverages the best ideas and addresses the true needs of the industry. In this non-captive community, participants are free to discuss, discover and build upon a translation process automation tool that provides choice and flexibility—and can be shared by all.
The direction and development of the GlobalSight Open Source Initiative is dictated by community members. For more information and to join the community, please visit www.globalsight.com.
Welocalize offers integrated globalization services for the fluid and rapid deployment of enterprise content and applications to international markets. In response to unique customer needs, we provide globalization consulting, translation, localization and testing solutions that manage risk, improve repeatability and ensure transfer of knowledge from project to project.
Our clients include Autodesk, Inc.; Canon; Cisco Systems; Computer Associates; IBM; Microsoft; Sun; and Symantec. With over 400 employees worldwide, Welocalize maintains 9 offices in the United States, Germany, Ireland, Japan and China . Please visit www.welocalize.com for more information.