We have released Memsource Editor 1.78 today. This is a minor release and includes just a few improvements:
The popular quality assurance tool ApSIC Xbench is now getting ready for its 3.0 release (at this moment 3.0 beta is available). We are glad that the creator of Xbench, Josep Condal, decided to introduce an integration between Xbench and Memsource Editor.
We have released Memsource Editor 1.76 today with a couple of improvements:
This customer testimonial has been provided by Horacio Carman and Gustavo Lucardi of Trusted Translations.
Memsource Cloud 2.8 has been deployed today. To learn more, continue reading and/or sign up for a webinar covering the new features. Memsource Cloud 2.8 includes a number of usability improvements and also an important security enhancement. Let’s have a look at the new features:Details
What can you expect if an enthusiastic user of a competitive product decides to write a review about your own product? Usually, not something you would like to mention on your own corporate blog. Luckily, there are exceptions…
We have released Memsource Editor version 1.71 today. This article provides a cumulative list of features that have been recently added to Memsource Editor.
Orange Translations is a provider of language translation services based in Greensboro, North Carolina, with offices in Canada, Germany, Switzerland, France, the Philippines and Hong Kong, plus translators and interpreters in over 100 countries.
Apriori Translations CEO, Yulia Tulinova, based Moscow has shared her feedback on managing a rush project in Memsource Cloud: