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Complimentary Web Seminar

Increase Worldwide Revenue through Automated  Globalization and Publishing

Date:  Thursday, June 30, 2005

Time:   11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT (16:00 - 17:00 PM GMT, 8:00 - 9:00 AM PDT)

Register Today!

What do you risk if your local product information is late to market? Inefficiencies in  localization range as high as 80%, causing delays in new product introductions, conflicting messages across regions, limited geographical reach, missed market share, and lost revenue.

You can dramatically improve your global publishing process by using automation to reduce manual effort and redundancy. Identify your process inefficiencies and how to address them during this seminar presented by TRADOS, the world leader in global information solutions, and Arbortext, the leading provider of enterprise publishing software.

During this one-hour seminar you will learn:

How to quantify the impact of localization delays on your business
Four key factors that add the greatest time and cost to localization
Seven steps you can take to streamline and automate your processes
How global enterprise publishing increases ROI
How XML standards can play a key role in achieving further improvements in your global information lifecycle

Our complimentary one-hour seminar, "Increase Worldwide Revenue through Automated Globalization and Publishing," will take place Thursday, June 30, 2005, at 11:00am EDT. This is an online seminar that you can attend using your telephone and a Windows-based Java-enabled browser.  

Seminar speakers are:

PG Bartlett, Vice President, Product Marketing, Arbortext
Ian McClure, Director, Product Marketing, TRADOS
Karl Kadie, Alliance Director, TRADOS

Registration is limited. Click on the link below to connect with the registration page. For more information, you can contact TRADOS by email or phone:

NORTH AMERICA: ( +1 408.743.3612
Register Today!

This Webinar will be presented in the English language.

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