Translation Automation On A Budget
Debra Lewis & Andrew Lawless
Thursday, 27 January, 2011
Content Globalization authority Andrew Lawless, Principal of Dig-IT!, and Debra Lewis, Web Content and Localization Manager at OCLC, shares proven content solutions for automating and optimizing the localization process. Get an overview of proven budget approaches for improving turn-around times for translation of your documents, keeping costs under control, and effectively implementing these solutions. It will cover: Available strategies and providers to automate and optimize your localization processes; Workflow best practice; Budget requirements; Immediate ROI opportunities; Successful implementation scenarios; Practical tips for improving your content translation practice right now.
Debra Lewis is the Web Content and Localization Manager at OCLC in Dublin, Ohio. She leads the team responsible for coordinating Web updates, building new sites and managing the translation processes for them. Before her tenure as an OCLC Web site manager, she worked in OCLC product documentation, sales and product management. Debra co-authored "The Migration to Electronic Documents at OCLC" for the IEEE PCS and ACM SIGDOC Conference on Technology and Teamwork in 2000.
Andrew Lawless is a globally-renowned expert and thought leader in global content management and content localization. He is Founder and President of Dig-IT, the premier consulting practice in Washington, DC for global web content management and translation process automation. Dig-IT's clients include Agilent Technologies, Laureate International Universities, Mimio/Rubbermaid, The Nature Conservancy, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Verisign, Waters Corp, The World Bank, and others.
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