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Vistatec partners with Clay Tablet to expand translation workflow capabilities

Vistatec


Monday, 16 April, 2007

--Well-known Language Service Provider now connects Globalization Management Systems to customers in new ways--

Toronto, Ontario, and Dublin, Ireland -- Prominent Language Service Provider Vistatec and Clay Tablet Technologies, developer of innovative translation system middleware, are now pursuing joint opportunities.

Clay Tablet and Vistatec will be displaying their technology upgrades in the Language Technology and Services Pavilion (Booth 2235) at the 2007 AIIM Conference and Expo, April 16-19. The pavilion is an initiative of the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA).

Clay Tablet's software lets companies automate the flow of text and documents between content management and translation systems. When translated content returns, it's routed back to the correct destination. Capable of connecting any content storage system to any globalization system, Clay Tablet helps customers integrate and manage the diverse content storage and authoring systems that may be used across an organization - and simplify localization.

"Clay Tablet opens up additional ways for us to work with our customers," said Phil Ritchie, CTO of Vistatec. "Accessing and managing content in different customer systems, and across networks within a single customer, has always been difficult. Clay Tablet lets our customers manage their content at origin, and also helps us develop solutions to the challenges of translating secure data, and content in legacy systems."

"We're excited about working with Vistatec," said Robinson Kelly, CEO of Clay Tablet Technologies. "The company has pushed the limits of translation workflow, and shares our vision of making translation more efficient through better connectivity."

Vistatec has had a long-term partnership with globalization management system provider IdiomTM Technologies and its WorldServer® product, as well as considerable experience implementing translation workflow based on WorldServer and other tools.

Vistatec and Clay Tablet's new joint offering, in conjunction with WorldServer, provides a unique way for global customers to connect their content systems with translators for maximum efficiency and cost savings in the translation process.

About Vistatec
A leader in the globalization market, Vistatec was founded by industry veterans and has evolved into a highly technical, client-focused organization. Vistatec's success is linked to our ability to map onto our clients current and future localization requirements and adapt our process accordingly. Vistatec's implementation of Idiom WorldServer features automation of repeatable and predictable tasks in custom workflows, offering customers improved productivity across components. Vistatec is one of Idiom’s two Platinum-level Language Service Provider partners.

About Clay Tablet Technologies
Clay Tablet Technologies provides software for solving content translation challenges. No matter where content is created or stored, Clay Tablet provides a way to get it quickly on the path to accurate, cost-effective translation, and keep it maintained in multiple languages with minimal human intervention. Clay Tablet's middleware is based on an open architecture, connecting any existing content management or other system to any translation technology or service provider. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Clay Tablet's products are being used by companies around the world. Details of Clay Tablet’s products and services can be found at www.Clay-Tablet.com

For more information, contact:
The Silicon Marketing Group
Telephone: +1-408-353-9509
Website: www.siliconmarketinggroup.com

Vistatec Europe
Cara Ludlow (Business Development Manager, Vistatec) Tel: +353 1-4168000 Email: [email protected],

Vistatec US
Valeska van Vliet (Business Development Manager, Vistatec) Tel: +1 831 655-1717 Email: [email protected]

Download GALA's Media Kit for the 2007 AIIM Language Technology and Services Pavilion at www.gala-global.org/en/resources/2007AIIM_GALApresskit.pdf