CEO of Global Translation Services Posts Blog about TermWiki, Highlighting Crowdsourced Translations

November 22, 2010

crowdsource translationsLast September I wrote about how open source translation software is enabling crowdsourced translations. Now, a new product by CSOFT International called TermWiki supports collaborative translation of terminology to enable a secure platform for sharing, editing and translating terms as well as developing personal glossaries online.

TermWiki supports collaborative translation of terminology to enable a secure platform for sharing, editing and translating terms as well as developing personal glossaries online. TermWiki comes with a set of useful features that apply to professional translators, online translation communities and localization professionals. Those of you who have experience with more traditional terminology management systems (like Trados Multiterm, Interverbum TermWeb and Star Webterm) will be happy to see that TermWiki relies on a more graphical, intuitive interface with a range of multilingual data available in just a few clicks.

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