Atril TeaM ServerTM - DVX online collaboration for translators

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Atril TeaM ServerTM - DVX online collaboration for translators

ATRIL introduces to the translating community the TeaM ServerTM, the most powerful solution for large translation teams working across different locations
Madrid, March 10th, 2010 - In our continuing effort to provide the best solutions for our clients, we have launched Atril's TeaM ServerTM, long awaited by the largest translation agencies and multinational companies.

TeaM ServerTM is the solution that allows translators with Déjà Vu Workgroup to work on multinational and multisite translation projects in the same office —on a LAN— or across the globe —over Internet— sharing their translations in real-time, ensuring superior quality and consistency, as well as reducing overall project costs.

TeaM ServerTM also provides scalable centralized storage for translation memories and terminology databases. The size of translation repositories and the number of concurrent users are only limited by the server hardware and bandwidth.
The TeaM ServerTM licensing model is very simple and affordable. Any translator using Déjà Vu X Workgroup can access the server, without the need to purchase additional client access licenses.
Founded in 1993, ATRIL is one of the world's leading providers of translation technology. Its flagship product, Déjà Vu, is one of the most popular translation memory packages in the market today, with a leading market share in new licence sales, and the most popular TM tool among freelance translators. It combines the only commercially available example-based translation memory with a flexible terminology management system to provide the most advanced translation tool in the market. Its commitment to applying research and innovation to the development of products has earned ATRIL the trust of customers such as AXA, Adobe, Caterpillar, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, EDS, IBM, Inter-American Development Bank, KPMG, Pfizer, JD Edwards, Siemens, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Veritas Software. For further information on ATRIL and Déjà Vu, please visit
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