Approximately a month ago, we were excited about traveling to Tokyo for the #1 translation industry conference, #30 out of the LocWorld series. The air in our Prague-based headquarters was filled with the smell of freshly printed brochures ready to be packed and shipped to our Japanese office for the big event.
On March 15, 2016, at 5pm CET, we invite you to join us for a special webinar on the integration of Memsource Cloud and the hakromedia subCloud workbench.
Now that the holiday break is finally over, we can resume our normal programming schedule.
We would like to start by announcing some of the events of 2016 where you can meet and greet our team. Our colleagues will be happy to listen and talk about your technological needs and issues.
Of course, we also welcome non-Memsource users to come and take a peek at what’s under the bonnet of our platform and future features.
Almost 50 translation professionals took part in the Memsource User Meetup in Tokyo on November 27. Translation buyers, agencies and freelance translators learned new software features and networked during this event.
Japanese users of Memsource will meet on November 27 in Tokyo.
During break time at Locworld Berlin you can do something fascinating, which you’ve probably never tried before: 3D drawing.
Our marketing team is bringing a stereoscopic pen which allows you to draw with hot plastic. It is possible to quickly create shapes in the air, or put simple designs on cloth. Perhaps one day in the future all writing (not typing!) will be done this way. So when you have a free minute, be sure to stop by the Memsource booth and try your hand in 3D drawing, spelling your name out in roller-coaster letters, decorating and personalizing your conference badge and more.
On 8-10 May a team from Memsource attended the annual conference of the Swedish Association of Professional Translators (Sveriges Facköversättarförening, SFÖ). This well-organized event took place in the beautiful town of Eskilstuna, in celebration of SFÖ’s 25th anniversary. It attracted about 300 translation professionals, including freelancers, staff translators, and company representatives. The atmosphere was warm but dynamic. Attendees were eager to learn and embrace new technology.
Memsource held its first User Meetup on March 22, 2015, just before the GALA conference in Seville. Representatives from over 25 translation companies that already use, or plan to use, Memsource attended this event. Attendees networked with one another and exchanged contacts for future collaboration on multilingual projects.
One of the important trends of today’s technology-centric world is disintermediation. Middle men are replaced with technology. To buy a package tour, you go online instead of paying a visit to the local travel agent. Bookstores and music stores have also been heavily disrupted by technology. What is the future of the translation middle man – the translation agency?
Memsource will hold its first User Meetup in Seville, just before the annual GALA conference.
The meetup is an open event for translation companies currently running or interested in Memsource. Join us to network with MLVs and SLVs, and see how you can improve your business with Memsource. Our team will be represented by David Canek, the CEO, and Josef Kubovsky, the Sales Director.