Webinar on XML and Localization

ENLASO (enlaso.com) to Host Webinar on XML and Localization

Boulder, CO – June 14, 2004 – ENLASO Corporation, a leading worldwide provider of enterprise language solutions, announced today that it will present a live web seminar July 8, 2004, titled “XML and Localization.”

Featuring Yves Savourel, ENLASO Localization Solutions Architect, the intensive one-hour webinar will explore the benefits and advantages of XML in translation and localization. Using dynamic examples and demonstrations, Savourel will expand on how to take advantage of XML, even when localizable data is not in XML format. Savourel will also discuss the value and capabilities of XML-enabled tools and technologies.

Date: Thursday, July 08, 2004
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT
Where: Your desktop
Cost: Complimentary
Register at: http://www.enlaso.com/

XML and Localization is designed for localization professionals who are responsible for the planning and execution of multilingual global projects. This webinar is a part of the ENLASO Language Technology Center’s commitment to providing localization success through education and consulting.

“ENLASO is dedicated to sharing recognized language experts and resources to support successful multilingual business activities,” said Yves Lang, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, ENLASO Corporation. “ENLASO’s ongoing seminars, webinars, consulting and training programs, and Multilingual Standard Newsletter™ offer localization and language technology fundamentals that facilitate ongoing global success.”

About Yves Savourel, Localization Solutions Architect, ENLASO

A published author (XML Internationalization and Localization) with more than 13 years experience in localization, Yves Savourel is a pioneer in XML and localization. Providing internationalization and localization classes and consulting, Savourel also develops tools and solutions for localization processes. Yves is one of the main architects of various localization standards including OpenTag, the Translation Memory eXchange format (TMX) and the XML Localization Interchange File Format (XLIFF).

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