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Friday Roundup | November 13, 2020

Friday Roundup

Lilt Labs opens registration for upcoming webinar, Rethinking Your Customer Engagement Strategy, with CSA Research

Join Lilt Labs next week when CSA Research shares insight on building a global engagement strategy. In this joint webinar, Lilt will speak with CSA Research Senior Analyst, Arle Lommel, to discuss the key steps in a successful international strategy, along with how AI can help new or existing programs run more effectively.

The webinar will discuss how to understand the customer engagement map, the benefits of planning multi-language content for every step of the journey, and how artificial intelligence is helping companies tackle customer engagement.

Register here to attend the webinar, which will take place live on November 18 @12PM ET/9AM PT. Recordings will be sent to registrants and attendees.

Women in Localization announces launch of its first student-led chapter at MIIS

Women in Localization announced this week its first student-run chapter at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) in Monterey, CA. The chapter will be led by Elizabeth Hawkes, who will be joined by Jamie Chu and Jaqueline Xu as events managers and Autumn Smith as social media manager.

“It is difficult for many students to get access to and connect with industry professionals due to transportation challenges from Monterey to the Bay Area, where most of the events tend to be,” said Autumn Smith. “This student chapter aims to close this gap and make professional development and industry knowledge events more accessible to all interested students at the Middlebury Institute.”

Interpreters Unlimited named top 10 most reliable language translation solution provider

Interpreters Unlimited, Inc. (IU) has been named Top 10 Most Reliable Language Translation Solution Providers in 2020 by IndustryWired Magazine (IWM). IU is led by the father-son team of President and CEO Sayed Ali, and Vice President Shamus Sayed. IU has grown through strategic acquisitions that have helped expand services from translation, localization and interpretation to include language classes and non-emergency medical transportation. IWM is an independently published global media company and an industry resource for entrepreneurs. The company covers best business practices, insightful analysis, and interviews with industry leaders.

Plunet reveals Version 8.0 with innovative resource assignment management

Plunet has launched the new version 8.0 of the leading business and translation management system. The new release focuses on an improved resource assignment management, which sets new standards for the translation industry through extensive automation and improved usability.

XTRF takes their summit online in December

Summit #online is for new, potential, and long-standing XTRF clients. With a packed program full of content and inspiration, it will suit anyone that works with XTRF – from managers and owners, through to project managers, vendor managers, administrators, and salespeople. The event will be free, but event organizers ask that attendees donate to a designated environmental cause. Register and find out more about the event here.

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Lilt Hosts Successful Virtual Conference

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Lilt, an AI-powered enterprise translation company, held its first Lilt Ascend virtual conference yesterday, October 22. The theme was localizing at scale in a digital world, a topic that underscores the challenge companies face as the volume of digital content continues to grow exponentially while the pool of linguistic talent remains constant.

The conference came right on the heels of Lilt becoming the first ever Diamond sponsor of the Women in Localization organization, which was announced earlier this week. And indeed, advancing the role of women in the industry was a recurring theme throughout the day’s sessions. The conference kicked off with a keynote speech by Lilt’s chief evangelist, Paula Shannon, who emphasized the benefits of finding a mentor and filling in gaps in financial literacy to those seeking more senior roles in the industry.

Following the introductions, Lilt’s CEO Spence Green gave a presentation on how Lilt is helping enterprises address the challenge of localizing digital content at scale. For those whose first introduction to Lilt was through their adaptive MT-enabled Translator Workbench, it was informative to hear about improvements in translation and review workflows. These include a Neural AutoReview feature that provides reviewers with context-based stylistic suggestions for text improvements. Green also announced several other new and improved services, including connectors to leading TMS solutions, an on-prem private cloud deployment option, and improved data modeling via Lilt Insights.

The conference was a well-balanced mix of product updates and demos, conversations with industry thought leaders on how they’ve driven digital transformation, and presentations on AI that ranged from the technical to the practical. Speakers from Intel, Aisics Digital, and Canva took the audience through challenges they faced scaling their localization programs, and how Lilt has helped them achieve the efficiency gains needed to keep up with their global customers. 

Lilt Ascend was hosted on Hopin, an interactive online event platform. As anyone who has attended virtual conferences in this brave new world knows, the platform can make or break an event. Hopin did not disappoint. Though there were a few minor delays lining up speakers for Q&A portions, the audiovisual quality was excellent and the UX was quite intuitive. The networking function also worked well, setting up participants with one-on-one sessions lasting 15 minutes each. Overall, it was a solid solution that any event organizer would be remiss not to consider.

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