Upcoming Webinar: Vasont Systems, TRADOS, and Blast Radius

I sat in on the second part of this three-part Webinar and it was well worth it. Part three is coming up; here are the details:

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VASONT SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES THIRD IN SERIES OF FREE CONTENT MANAGEMENT WEBINARS ON MULTILINGUAL PUBLISHING

Webinar features Real-Life Translation Management and Multilingual Publishing Success Story

Emigsville, PA, March 2, 2005 — Vasont Systems, a leading provider of content management software and data services, today announced the third Webinar in its free Webinar miniseries, entitled “Multilingual Publishing: How Do You Manage All Those Languages? It’s Greek to Me!” This three-part Webinar miniseries provides insight into how organizations can streamline their multilingual publishing and save thousands of dollars in translation costs. The third Webinar of the series, “A Real-Life Success Story,” will take place on Tuesday, March 15, 2005 at 1:00 pm EST.

Part 1 of this miniseries discussed ways to structure multilingual content using XML. In Part 2 of the Webinar miniseries, Blast Radius, TRADOS, and Vasont Systems identified ways to automate the translation process to save your organization time and money.  The last Webinar in this miniseries will feature a client of Vasont Systems, TRADOS, and Blast Radius. The March 15th Webinar will share their translation management and multilingual publishing success story and show how they are saving their organization thousands of dollars a year.

Guest Speakers include:
·         Paul Prescod of Blast Radius and co-author of “The XML Handbook.” Blast Radius is the maker of the XMetaL® product family, which simplifies XML-based content creation and management
·         Karl Kadie, Alliance Director for TRADOS Incorporated, the world leader in globalization software and services
·         Bret Freeman, Sales Engineer for Vasont Systems

To register, go to http://www.vasont.com/webinars/register-031505.asp.

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Author: John Yunker

John co-founded Byte Level Research in 2000 and is author of The Web Globalization Report Card. He also co-founder of Ashland Creek Press.