Tag: translation memory (TM)
These enhancements introduce intelligent, ongoing TM monitoring and improved terminology cleanup using new AI capabilities.
A trend has emerged where executives contemplate bypassing traditional translation processes and cutting budgets, swayed by the potential of Generative AI (GenAI).
It can be difficult to put the variety of offerings into context simply by studying and comparing marketing materials or feature lists. Begin instead with a list of your own criteria. Enterprise customers may be interested in TMS for a variety of reasons, including automation, cost savings, transparency, process ownership, branding consistency across business units, improved context, increased speed of workflow, multivendor support and the list goes on. How do you choose?
It wasn't all that long ago that computer-aided translation tools and translation memory (TM) were a new concept. By the late 1990s, language service...