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Hong Kong, China (PRWEB) November 11, 2010
Translia, a leading international provider for online translation services, today announced the expansion of supported file types to include XLIFF files. Translia continues to support Microsoft Word 2007 and XP, Microsoft Word 97, Microsoft Word 95, and Microsoft PowerPoint XP, 2000, and 97. The new addition will allow Translia to meet its customer’s ever-increasing need for website translation and localization.
Extensively used in managing multilingual contents, XLIFF (XML Localization Interchange File Format) is an XML-based format created to standardize localization and translation of web sites. It was standardized by OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards), a global consortium that drives the development, convergence and adoption of e-business and web service standards. The latest version of the specification, XLIFF v1.2, was published in February 2008.
Translia.com is one of the fastest growing online translation services and supplies translations to website owners worldwide, employing over 10,000 translation experts in 98 languages. Translia is constantly expanding its range of languages and services to fit the expectations of the online business community. To this end, the company has amassed a large collection of web translation experts in the world to help serve clients globally.
With the incorporation of XLIFF file type into its already extensive list of accepted file structures, Translia continues its efforts to ensure customer satisfaction and to offer the innovative array of translation services available on the web. Clients enjoy a wide range of options through the online platform, including one-hour Accelerated Delivery, same day, or overnight service for short translations and flexible customer-determined deadlines for longer, more involved translation projects. Translia also offers a money-back guarantee: if the project is not completed on time, the translation is free.
Translia offers estimates on cost and time to webmasters in order to help them find the optimal balance between speed of delivery and quality of XLIFF translation. These quotes are available through the Translia.com website for all the services Translia provides. Continuous translation services are also available. These enable website owners to send source files on an as-needed basis for quick turnaround while continuing to work through the project during the site planning and building phase.
This round of expansion of XLIFF file type further demonstrates Translia’s ongoing commitment to meeting the needs of its international customer base. Translia aims to be the leader in convenient online translation services throughout the world for jobs and clients both large and small.