FREDERICK, MD--(Marketwired - Aug 28, 2013) - Welocalize, a global leader in translation and localization services and products, will share insights and expertise at the Machine Translation XIV Summit taking place September 2-6, 2013 at the Acropolis Conference Centre in Nice, France.
The 14th annual Machine Translation (MT) Summit, organized by the International Association for Machine Translation and the European Association for Machine Translation, will include keynote speeches by renowned experts in MT, as well as panel discussions and presentations of papers.
Welocalize MT Program Manager Laura Casanellas will be presenting her paper, Connectivity, Adaptability, Productivity, Quality, Price: What are the Necessary Ingredients to get the MT Recipe Right?, Wednesday, September 4.
Olga Beregovaya, Welocalize vice president of language tools, and David Clarke, Welocalize MT architect, will present Analyzing and Predicting MT Utility and Post-Editing Productivity in Enterprise-Scale Translation Projects with Welocalize MT technology partner, Safaba. The presentation takes place Thursday, September 5.
"We know machine translation is crucial to a successful global localization and translation strategy," said Olga Beregovaya, Welocalize vice president of language tools. "This conference is a meeting of the greatest minds in MT. We are pleased that Welocalize has a strong presence at the annual MT Summit and plays a key strategic role in shaping the future of MT for global brands and enterprises."
For information about the MT Summit, visit http://www.mtsummit2013.info.
About Welocalize - Welocalize offers integrated translation services and products to support the need for on-demand translation. We provide globalization consulting, translation, localization, testing solutions, and enterprise translation management tools that are optimized to be able to deliver on-demand translation in over 120 languages. With over 600 employees worldwide, Welocalize maintains offices in the United States, UK, Germany, Ireland, Japan and China. Please visit www.welocalize.com for more information.