Argo Translation, provider of efficient, accurate translation and localization services focused on quality and clarity for a wide range of companies across North America, has been invited to speak on the topic of translation business models and the role of Across Systems Language Server Technology at the Localization World conference in Seattle.
September 28, 2010 — The role of technology in the translation industry is evolving rapidly and the need for clients, linguists and language service providers to collaborate in a seamless and transparent way is now a requirement. Language service providers must now elevate their offerings to include centrally managed review and approval, automatic tracking of who is creating and modifying content, specific budget information as well as balancing all of the demands of industry regulations.
Peter Argondizzo, Founder and Operations Manager at Argo Translation will participate in a round table at Localization World in Seattle on October 6, 2010. Localization World is known as “the conference for global business know-how” and there will be programs on business best practices, global websites, localization and translation. Localization World brings together both vendors and clients in a focused setting.
Argondizzo will be discussing how language service providers can implement Across Language Server technology into their workflow. The roundtable discussion is aimed at language service providers and clients that are interested in implementing the technology for process improvement. The roundtable will offer a glimpse into the future business models of language service providers by covering topics such as crowdsourcing and distributed workflows.
About ARGO Translation
Argo Translation provides efficient, accurate translation and localization services for a wide range of companies. Having successfully executed projects requiring simultaneous translations in 46 different languages, Argo provides specialized, professional services for domains ranging from legal, medical and medical devices, technology, marketing, to manufacturing and financial, among others.