Chicago, IL (Vocus) December 2, 2009
Argo Translation, provider of efficient, accurate translation and localization services focused on quality and clarity for a wide range of companies across North America, announced today that it has been invited to speak on methods for effectively managing the globalization of multilingual content management systems at the Gilbane Group’s 6th annual conference on “Content, Collaboration and Customers.”
With web content being only one of the many touch points for communication with customers, partners and employees, having an integrated strategy for enterprise content management that also addresses the need for local language support has become more important than ever.
Peter Argondizzo, president and head of operations at Argo, will present a case study based on work performed on behalf of a large, multinational manufacturing client wishing to provide fast and accurate communication to its 7,200 employees located in 18 different countries. Mr. Argondizzo will discuss how vendor transparency and real-time access to data affect the cost and success of a global content strategy and how a translation supply chain management system plays a key role in gaining full visibility to project metrics and costing data when working with one or multiple language service suppliers.
About ARGO Translation
Having successfully executed projects requiring simultaneous translations in 46 different languages, ARGO Translation provides specialized and professional translation services for a multitude of domains ranging from legal and technical to marketing and financial and everything in between. Argo provides efficient, accurate translation and localization services focused on quality and clarity for a wide range of companies across North America. More information available at http://www.argotrans.com.
About the Gilbane Group
Gilbane Group analysts have been at the forefront of the application of content and information technology to enterprise applications for 20 years. Gilbane specializes in helping businesses and government entities of all sizes make well-informed objective decisions about their information management strategies and projects. More at http://www.gilbane.com.