SOURCE: Language Weaver

Language Weaver

June 09, 2009 09:14 ET

Language Weaver 2009 User Event, June 17 in Washington, D.C.

Complimentary Event Will Focus on Multilingual Translation Solutions in the Federal Government

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - June 9, 2009) - Human communications solution provider Language Weaver will host a government user event in the Washington, D.C. area on June 17, 2009. This event is intended for current and prospective users of Language Weaver automated language translation software. Systems integrators, analysts and journalists interested in learning more about real-life federal government applications of automated language translation solutions are also invited to attend.

A podcast about the Language Weaver 2009 User Event is available at

What:  Language Weaver 2009 User Event
       Expanding Multilingual Solutions in the Federal Government

       Featuring Language Weaver product updates, demos and recommendations
       for getting started; Integration demos from BBN Technologies,
       Kestrel Enterprises and Next IT Corporation

When:  Wednesday, June 17, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ET

Where: TeqCorner
       1616 Anderson Road
       McLean, Virginia

Who:   Mark Tapling, CEO, Language Weaver
       Daniel Marcu, CTO Language Weaver
       William Wong, VP of Engineering, Language Weaver
       Dave Savignac, Senior Director of Lexicography, Language Weaver
       Charles Fleischman, CTO, Kestrel Enterprises

For more information and registration, visit

About Language Weaver

Language Weaver ( is a human communications solutions company and leader in automated language translation, delivering volume, speed and accuracy to ensure effective communications. Serving digital industries and enterprise customers directly and through strategic partnerships, the company's solutions are proven to translate high-value, dynamic, digital information into a significant business advantage. Business operations powered by Language Weaver solutions experience compelling improvements in operating effectiveness. Learn more about automated translation and listen to Language Weaver podcasts on the LW Blog at

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