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SDLX 2005 Raises the Bar in Translation Quality, Productivity and Open Standards
Posted by Donald A. DePalma on May 5, 2005  in the following blogs: Translation and Localization, Web Globalization, Business Globalization, Technology, Interpreting, Market Data, Global Marketing, Best Practices, Supplier Business Issues
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Besides the usual faster, easier, better claims that accompany new releases of mature products, SDL claims that it has enhanced quality assurance capabilities in the new release of its translation memory tool. To tie this capability into broader real-time business performance management schemes, SDLX's QA Check generates an interactive XML report that links the user directly to the appropriate segment in the editing environment to correct the error. This type of integration will indeed help companies complex global content value chains. The company scored another point in getting the president of a language service provider to offer praise in the press release for the new version.

Following on the heels of Trados' announcement of its new version less than two weeks earlier, SDL made its product available immediately rather than in June. With this release, SDL advances in the game of mutual assured one-upsmanship that characterizes desktop tools.


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