Paligo, a content authoring and management platform for technical documentation, has announced an integration with Memsource’s translation platform.
Memsource 6.10 brings new webhook trigger as well as an update to the JSON datastructure. Webhook, an arbitrary URL which can handle HTTP POST requests, can now receive 3 event notifications from Memsource Cloud: Job Created Job Assigned Job Status Changed The JSON data structure has also been updated in order to pride additional information about the…
Memsource 6.2 is now live, following the major release 6.0 two weeks ago. This week’s update features the ability to translate Google Documents, to run automated projects, and to use Memsource translation memory in other CAT tools.
A faster Web Editor, connectors to Dropbox, Google Drive and FTP, and seamless PDF translations via TransPDF are the most notable improvements in this autumn release.
LocWorld30 Tokyo 2016 – Joint Presentation by Memsource CEO David Čaněk and Gengo CEO Matthew Romaine
On Friday, April 15, during LocWorld30 in Tokyo, Memsource CEO David Čaněk is going to hold a joint presentation with Gengo CEO Matthew Romaine.
Our most recent releases in January 2016, in particular Memsource Cloud 5.3, have introduced several optimizations that make the integration of Gengo’s human translation engine with Memsource even more efficient. Memsource users can pre-translate their files using Gengo directly from within Memsource Cloud starting at just $0.05 per word.
Memsource Cloud 5.3 is scheduled for release on Sunday, 17 January 2016, at 11:00 AM GMT. This release introduces a new analytics capability, Adobe InDesign previews, multilingual Excel file support and other improvements.
ApSIC has released Xbench Connector for Memsource. It eliminates the need to manually export files from Memsource into Xbench to run QA passes with this software. Project managers who rely on Xbench for QA can save a lot of time and effort.
The following is a recap of our webinar Translation Trends for 2015 featuring David Canek, Chris Wendt, Jan Hofmeister and Torben Dahl Jensen.