Webinar: Overview of the Localization Process, Technical Writing, and Translation.

ENLASO Corporation, a provider of translation and localization solutions, today announced that it will present a live webinar titled “Overview of the Localization Process, Technical Writing, and Translation.”

BOULDER, CO – August 30, 2010 – ENLASO Corporation, a provider of translation and localization solutions, today announced that it will present a live webinar titled “Overview of the Localization Process, Technical Writing, and Translation.”

Presented by veteran publisher and engineer Doug Pearson, the previously well received Webinar will provide technical writers and documentation managers helpful information regarding the interrelation between English content creation and localization activities. In addition, Mr. Pearson will provide guidelines and easy-to-implement tactics for content creation that can reduce localization costs.

Webinar:
“Overview of the Localization Process, Technical Writing, and Translation”

Date:Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Time:11:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT

Where:Your desktop

Register at:http://www.enlaso.com/

Cost:Complimentary

This interactive presentation aims to provide attendees with a clear understanding of the role English content creation and management plays in improving the localization process. Mr. Pearson will illustrate concrete examples and touch on the use of Controlled or Simplified English, consistency in terms, and well formatted graphics among other topics.

This webinar targets anyone facing ongoing documentation localization challenges, including:

Technical Writers
Technical Documentation Managers
Internationalization and Localization Managers
Project Managers
Product Managers
Web Managers
And anyone interested in learning more about creating content that can be easily localized

About Doug Pearson

Doug Pearson has worked as a localization engineer for ENLASO for nearly a decade. He is experienced in desktop publishing (especially FrameMaker), programming (especially C++), XML (and other forms of structured/hierarchical document design), single-source document design for multiple-format output, and in anticipating the needs of production staff throughout every stage of the publishing and localization process. Doug specializes in developing solutions to assist both document authoring and localization for a diverse group of documentation managers. He holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University.

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