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ENLASO (translate.com) to Host Webinar on Localization, Technical Writing, and Translation

Wednesday, 11 July, 2007

BOULDER, CO -- ENLASO Corporation, a provider of translation and localization solutions, today announced that it will present a live Webinar July 26, 2007, titled "Overview of the Localization Process, Technical Writing and Translation."

Part of ENLASO's educational Webinar series, "Overview of the Localization Process, Technical Writing and Translation" features ENLASO Localization Engineer and industry expert, Doug Pearson. This complimentary Webinar is of particular interest to technical writers, publications managers, documentation specialists and anyone involved in the documentation localization and translation process.

The Webinar includes an overview of the localization process from the perspective of technical writers who initially author documents for localization and translation. A primary focus of this presentation will be to guide technical writers to understand the tasks of the other people who work on the localization process in order to make their own work more effective, thus saving both time and money in the localization and translation process.

Topics include:

  • Overview of the localization process and other job functions in the process
  • Best practices for authoring documents with localization and translation in mind
  • Use of Controlled English in authoring documents for localization and translation
  • Overview and examples of Translation Memory (TM) usage for localization and translation


Webinar: "Overview of the Localization Process, Technical Writing and Translation"
Date: Thursday, July 26th, 2007
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PDT
Where: Your desktop
Register at: www.translate.com
Cost: Complimentary

Doug Pearson has worked as a Localization Engineer for ENLASO for nearly a decade. He is experienced in desktop publishing, programming, XML, single-source document design for multiple-format output, and in anticipating the needs of production staff throughout every stage of the publishing and localization process. These are all requirements for developing holistic, all-encompassing, custom solutions for a diverse collection of clients. Doug has developed dozens of plug-ins to assist both document authoring and localization for structured and non-structured versions of FrameMaker. He holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University.

About ENLASO (www.translate.com)
ENLASO Corporation, an ISO 9001 company with nearly forty years of experience, delivers multilingual solutions to the life sciences, medical, pharmaceutical, biotech, IT, legal, financial, gaming, social networking, aerospace, automotive, advertising, and telecommunications industries. Services include localization of software, Web sites, marketing communications, technical documentation, localization testing, and consulting and training.

For additional information, contact: Chris Raulf, ENLASO Corporation, at (303) 516-0857 x103 or by e-mail at [email protected]