Archive / March, 2013

A Longtime Customer Becomes Our New CEO

You could say that John Papaioannou liked our company so much, he decided to join it. Until this month, John, as Director of Release Services for Bentley Systems, was one of our valued enterprise customers. On March 1st he became our new Chief Executive Officer. Bentley Systems first came to us in 2007, with the operational [...]

LexWorks Announces First Results of Translation and Forum Initiatives Under ACCEPT Research Project

January 8, 2013 – New developments support improvements in community-based content translation The ACCEPT (Automated Community Content Editing PorTal) Project, a research project aimed at investigating and developing new language technologies and user capabilities for users of forum and community-based content, has announced its first results from 12 months of testing. The project, which spans [...]

The industrial process for quality machine translation

Machine translation (MT) is not a tool. Machine translation is an industrial process. Selecting the right MT engine is just one part of a process that, if correctly managed, is capable of lowering translation costs, increasing productivity and even improving quality and consistency. Quality MT output is critical because it determines productivity. With quality as [...]

An Engine Agnostic Approach to Machine Translation

People ask me, “What MT tool do you sell?” They’re used to hearing from vendors that X machine translation engine is the best one and they want to hear how I will weigh in on the issue. My answer is disappointing to those who want to believe that with machine translation, one size fits all. [...]