Yves Savourel of ENLASO Speaking at Localization World 2014 in Dublin

BOULDER – May 30th, 2014 – Yves Savourel, Localization Solutions Architect at ENLASO, a globalization, localization, and translation company, is speaking about the upcoming XLIFF 2.0, the ITS 2.0 W3C standard and about Linked-Data in Localization at this spring’s Localization World 2014 conference, the international conference for global business know-how, to be held June 4-6 in Dublin, Ireland.

The presentations will take place during the pre-conference on June 3-4 at the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD). Full program details and speakers’ biographies are available here.

Yves’ Schedule:
June 3rd 10:20am- “XLIFF 2.0 is Easy Way: The Okapi XLIFF Toolkit”
June 3rd 11:55am- “The Differences Between XLIFF 1.2 to XLIFF 2.0”
June 3rd 4:30pm- “QuEst Integration in Okapi”
June 4th 9:40am- “Linked Data in Translation Kits”
June 4th 2:00pm- “ITS 2.0 in XLIFF 2.”

Yves Savourel works with ENLASO Corporation in Boulder, Colorado. He has been in the localization industry for more than 25 years, working to improve tools and processes for localization. Yves has also been involved in the creation of localization standards such as TMX and XLIFF and is the author of the book “XML Internationalization and Localization”.

“Localization World 2014 is a key conference for companies doing business globally or who are addressing multiple language markets,” says Savourel. “Our presentation will give attendees great insights on the development of the next version of XLIFF, specifically with regard to the storing and manipulation of metadata.”

Localization World brings together delegates who are engaged in the business of adapting products, services and communications to an international language or culture so as to appear native to that particular region. Speakers at the conference include representatives from Adobe Systems, eBay, Google, IBM, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Spil Games and other notable companies. The conference is produced by MultiLingual Computing, Inc. and The Localization Institute.

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