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Translation Technology and Web Globalization RoadShow Series Coming to Dallas and Austin, TX


Monday, 5 February, 2007

Common Sense Advisory will hold a full day of workshops on Tuesday, February 20th Dallas (Richardson), TX and again on Thursday, February 22nd in Austin, TX; website globalization in the morning and trends in translation technology in the afternoon.

The "Trends in Translation Technology" RoadShow Series is based on Common Sense Advisory's review of over twenty commercial software products currently marketed to enterprise departments and language service providers to streamline translation operations and its research in machine translation and translation memory. "Mastering Web Globalization" is based in part on an eight-nation survey of 2,400 consumers who answered questions about their behavior and preferences for website visits and purchases, in English and in their own language, across a wide range of product types.

Future workshops are planned for San Diego, CA; Phoenix, AZ; Vancouver, BC; Portland, OR; Raleigh, NC; Atlanta, GA; Toronto, ON; Detroit, MI; Salt Lake City, UT; Denver, CO; Philadelphia, PA; and Washington, DC. Common Sense Advisory senior analyst Ben Sargent will lead the workshops.

Prices start at $149 per session for members/$299 for non-members. For more information, call 978-275-0500 or visit www.commonsenseadvisory.com

About Common Sense Advisory, Inc.
Common Sense Advisory ( www.commonsenseadvisory.com) is an independent research and consulting firm specializing in the on- and offline operations driving business globalization, internationalization, translation, and localization . Its research, consulting, and training help organizations succeed in a global economy.

About Benjamin Sargent
Benjamin Sargent is a senior analyst at Common Sense Advisory. Throughout his career, Sargent has worked for firms providing language services, developing computer-assisted translation technology, and creating global websites for large multinationals.

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