陕西十一选五走势图:SDL Press Releases - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/rss/press-releases.rss Articles SDL Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary of Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) for SDL Tridion DX, and Announces This Year’s Exclusive List - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/10-year-anniversary-of-mvps.html#149044 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, today celebrates the 10th Anniversary of its SDL Tridion DX Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) program, alongside this year’s exclusive list of 2019 MVPs. The list recognizes partners, customers, industry professionals and developers who have demonstrated a passion for knowledge sharing, and their expertise on SDL’s web content management platform, SDL Tridion Sites.?

This year the MVP Awards recognize 13 dedicated SDL Tridion DX professionals who offer exceptional contributions to the SDL Tridion Community. To receive the MVP Award, nominees go through an extensive selection process by the MVP panel.?

The SDL Tridion DX MVPs for 2019 include:?

  • Atila Sos - EXLRT?
  • Dominic Cronin - Cronin Technology?
  • Frank Taylor - EXLRT?
  • Hem Kant - Content Bloom?
  • John Winter - Content Bloom?
  • Jonathan Williams - Stage Two (UK) Ltd?
  • Manish Mehmood - Content Bloom?
  • Marko Milic - EXLRT?
  • Mihai Cadariu - Mihai Consulting, Inc?
  • Pankaj Gaur - Content Bloom?
  • Quirijn Slings - Trivident?
  • Raj Kumar - Sapient?
  • Robert Curlette - Yabolka

Now celebrating its 10th year, the SDL Tridion MVP Award program was developed to thank and recognize all the great professionals that freely share their knowledge, real world experience and objective feedback to help others implement and enhance SDL’s content management technology. Nominees are evaluated based on the quality and impact of their contributions to the Community over the past 12 months, across SDL Tridion DX social network sites, community extensions or personal blogs.?

“We’re extremely proud to have reached this significant 10 year milestone, and wish to congratulate this year’s MVPs who have gone above and beyond their daily roles and contributed to the success of SDL Tridion DX,” said Jim Saunders, Chief Product Officer, SDL. “The www.11fy.cnmunity championed recent product changes, and new approaches that make Tridion one of the most capable content management platforms out there.”?

MVPs gain free attendance to all SDL sponsored events for the year, that brings winners together to collaborate with other MVPs. MVPs are also given access to all SDL software, product management and R&D resources and are invited to influence future product direction.?

A decade of success?

Over the past ten years, the SDL Tridion DX Community has been at the forefront of change and innovation. In the early days it changed SDL’s policy of keeping product documentation behind a login. This has enabled all developers and Community members to learn more about SDL’s technology. The Community also managed to secure free licenses from SDL for anyone that wants to learn more about SDL Tridion DX, and actively contribute to its success.?

The Community encouraged SDL to create and share various open source projects via https://sdl.github.io. The most impactful Community achievement is the launch of SDL Tridion DX’ Digital Experience Accelerator (DXA) which accelerates deployments of SDL Tridion DX. It uses various common open source frameworks and toolkits and is available in both .NET and Java versions Responsive design techniques and web standards make it easy to deploy a fully functional complex SDL Tridion DX implementation up to 80% faster.?

SDL Tridion DX is an enterprise solution that does more than simply manage content on a global scale; it enables the creation of engaging and personalized content in a collaborative way, bridging departmental and technical silos. Powered by SDL’s AI, machine learning, content management and translation technology, SDL Tridion DX includes:?

  • SDL Tridion Sites: a powerful web content management solution that enables companies to effectively manage a complex environment of marketing, commerce and product-led content across global web, digital and mobile properties to deliver continuous digital experiences. From a single solution, companies can easily publish omni-channel content globally for any device, and adapt for multi-lingual, multi-cultural and multi-brand use cases while speeding up time to market and lowering total cost of ownership.?
  • SDL Tridion Docs: a component content management solution that solves the complexity of creating, managing and distributing in-depth DITA based product information and technical documentation at scale. It improves the time to market, quality, consistency and findability of information while lowering development costs through content reuse, automated publishing and translation.?
Supported by SDL translation technology, services and advanced commerce integration, SDL Tridion DX offers businesses the ability to deeply personalize digital experiences based on a consumer’s native language, context and device of choice.

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Wed, 24 Apr 2019 08:00:00GMT //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/10-year-anniversary-of-mvps.html#149044
Canada’s Translation Bureau Selects SDL for Customized Linguistic Services Request Management System - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/canadas-translation-bureau-selects-sdl.html#148816 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, is pleased to announce that it will be providing a customized Linguistic Services Request Management System (LSRMS) to the Translation Bureau, a federal institution within the Public Services and Procurement Canada of the Government of Canada. Combining two of SDL’s market-leading solutions, SDL MultiTrans and SDL Trados Studio, the Translation Bureau will have access to an unmatched set of feature-rich tools on one secure platform for managing linguistic services workflows, projects, and resources.?

As a key player within the Government of Canada, the Translation Bureau provides translation, interpretation and terminology services to federal departments and organizations, and both of Canada’s Houses of Parliament. In addition to translating over 350 million words and providing close to 7,000 days of interpretation each year, the Bureau maintains Termium Plus?, a terminology database of over 1.4 million records that garners 100,000 queries a day (3 million a month) from over 220 countries.?

The Translation Bureau wished to upgrade its linguistic services management system in order to meet current and future demands. It was looking for a highly secure, best-in class industry solution that would allow the management and provision of end-to-end linguistic services and processes in an integrated way, while being scalable enough to support thousands of concurrently connected users without any service degradation.?

By bringing together two of the translation industry’s most powerful tools – SDL MultiTrans and SDL Trados Studio – SDL is able to provide the Translation Bureau with an intelligent and centralized, web-based platform that allows automated translation workflows, interactive online editing and unified terminology through its advanced leveraging of translation memory. SDL’s solution met all LSRMS requirements.?

At the heart of the solution will be SDL MultiTrans, providing strong business reporting, project management, and centralized translation memories with a workflow engine which complements all business management functions. Built with an unparalleled level of security, the translation environment of SDL MultiTrans complies with regulatory obligations and local data protection regulations, providing full content cycle control and audit trails.?

“We will be providing an enhanced solution tailored for the Translation Bureau, where project managers have complete control over their linguistic projects, within a secure, user-friendly environment capable of automating tasks, helping them manage projects more efficiently and to the highest security standards,” said Christophe Djaouani, SVP, Regulated Industries at SDL. “This will up-level the way the Translation Bureau meets numerous stakeholder requirements.”?

As well as the integration with SDL Trados Studio, the solution will provide the Translation Bureau with access to an ecosystem of 40+ Connectors to popular third party systems and technologies including machine translation engines, CMS, CRM, PIM, WCMS and many more. This includes connectivity to SDL’s enterprise-grade Neural Machine Translation (NMT) offering, enabling fast and high-quality translation in a secure environment.


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Mon, 15 Apr 2019 08:00:00GMT //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/canadas-translation-bureau-selects-sdl.html#148816
SDL Calls On Brands to Rethink Global Content Strategies as the Future of Content Becomes Autonomous - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/rethink-global-content-strategies.html#141534 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, today calls on brands to rethink current content strategies, and prepare for a digital future where content supply chains are autonomous, machine-first and human optimized, for greater impact with worldwide audiences, across any language and device.?

Companies are struggling to handle the growing volume and velocity of content required to engage with global audiences. And it’s expected to get worse: 93% say the content they produce will increase in the next two years*. SDL’s Enabling the Future States of Content report addresses these challenges, offering insights on how companies can move towards an autonomous content supply chain of the future, capable of delivering any type of content to global audiences.?

“Engaging with customers globally requires content, and lots of it. This content all needs to be tailored for different channels, devices – and of course languages,” explains Peggy Chen, CMO, SDL. “If brands want to stay ahead, they’re going to have to build autonomy into their supply chain, remove those mundane manual processes and make humans and machines work together to deliver more personalized experiences – at scale.”?

Offering strategies and technical insights across the creation, translation and delivery stages of the content supply chain, the report suggests that the future content supply chain relies on Linguistic AI, a technology that helps to understand, transform and create content in any language. The report has been developed based SDL’s experience of working with 90 of the globe’s top 100 brands and over 25 years’ leadership and innovation in content management and language solutions.

CREATE: Connect Content Repositories to Linguistic AI

Many organizations continue to approach content from a quantity perspective, spending an inordinate amount of time generating content. Because of the difficulty in crafting a message, visualizing it, and delivering it to the appropriate channels, this content is rarely individually tailored. Although companies strive to deliver relevant and personalized messages, for the most part, many can only hope the right content attracts the right person on the right channel at the right moment.?

A content supply chain of the future will make content more usable regardless of where it created or stored. Similarly, multiple AIs – narrowly focused on specific business problems – will solve complex content problems, connecting an answer with an in-the-moment customer question. Linguistic AI will make content available immediately so that more time is spent extracting and producing value from content, rather than searching and managing it.

TRANSLATE: Machines Should Manage the Translation Process

Currently, humans decide what needs to be translated, who translates it, and how it is translated. This, alongside a multitude of other decisions, slows down the translation process considerably. The supply chain of the future will take a machine-first translation approach, streamlining many of these bottlenecks through Linguistic AI. It will analyze the impact of content and determine whether it merits human involvement, initiating handoffs between content management and translation management systems.?

Linguistic AIs will pre-translate the content using neural machine translation (NMT), retrieve useful complementary texts, contact linguists and send them a translation kit. The human linguists who edit the pre-translation will then improve future machine translations since the AI learns from their edits.

DELIVER: Content Is No Longer Created, It Should Be Synthesized

Content drives the digital experience – whether created by an organization’s employees or by customers. Content is also data, which breathes life into AI. In many cases, organizations sit on a mountain of valuable internal data that is hardly touched. While we may be producing more content than ever before, every person is limited in how much content they can actually consume. At a certain point, humans can only read, watch, and listen to so much. What matters is relevance.?

An autonomous content supply chain of the future will synthesize content on demand, rather than just delivering more content. This synthesized content will be derived by combining internal content data and customer data. Linguistic AIs will make it easy to identify the intent of the human seeking information, connecting them with the appropriate content for more significant impact than ever before.

Notes to Editors:

  • Read SDL's Enabling the Future States of Content report
  • *Source: Today's Content Supply Chains Prevent Continuous Customer Journeys report

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Tue, 19 Feb 2019 08:00:00GMT //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/rethink-global-content-strategies.html#141534
Ars Logica Names SDL Tridion Sites in Top Two Leading WCM Platforms - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/ars-logica.html#141270 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, is pleased to announce that SDL Tridion Sites has been recognized by independent analyst firm Ars Logica among the leading two Web Content Management (WCM) platforms. Capable of delivering omni-channel digital experiences and continuous customer journeys worldwide across any language or connected device, SDL Tridion Sites moved up the scorecard following key enhancements and new functionality added in 2018, outranking Adobe Experience Manager Sites. Alongside this prestigious analyst ranking, SDL’s strong market momentum continues with recent confirmation that it’s now powering 90 top 100 global brands* with its content management and language solutions, representing the broadest sets of feature-rich functionality available on the market.?

Ars Logica’s Compass Guide Consolidated Vendor Scorecard to WCM, published in Q1 2019, assessed and compared 16 leading WCM platforms for business and technical capabilities, and named SDL Tridion Sites in the top two platforms. Ars Logica identified five ways SDL Tridion Sites stands out from other leading WCM platforms:?

  1. SDL Tridion Sites offers global brands “superb enterprise tech stack leverage (co-ranked first of all the platforms evaluated), due partly to SDL’s longstanding installed base of customers representing the largest of global web presences.”?
  2. Offers extreme scalability (ranked first of all platforms evaluated). Ars Logica attributes this strength to SDL’s “historical presence in the most complex of WCM implementations.”?
  3. SDL Tridion Sites contains “excellent content marketing tools”, alongside tighter integration with the overall SDL Tridion DX suite. This opens up the technology to both technical and non-technical users across a company.?
  4. SDL remains the “undisputed WCM market leader in globalization/localization technologies,” and SDL’s expertise in these areas influences all of its products, enabling brands to deliver digital content in any language.?
  5. SDL Tridion Sites is particularly well-suited to “global enterprise deployments with rigorous brand management and digital marketing requirements.” It helps brands create, manage and deliver the vast amounts of information and content needed to engage with global audiences.?

“SDL has gained ground on the overall WCM market in the past year, opening up its platform to a wider business audience and making it easier for non-technical stakeholders to create effective campaigns,” said Tony White, Founder, Ars Logica. “SDL Tridion Sites shines in its technical distinction – its ability to integrate into complex ecosystems and to manage the fine nuances of content/context-dependent environments. Given its leadership in language technologies, SDL Tridion Sites should be a top consideration for multinational corporations facing the challenge of managing and marketing their online brands across geographies, languages, and channels.”?

Based on Ars Logica’s independent research, including customer interviews, implementation monitoring, internal knowledge base and hands-on product testing, SDL Tridion Sites leads the market in enterprise stack leverage and scalability in the analyst firm’s Consolidated Vendor Scorecard:

?Ars Logica Report

Ars Logica’s report also highlights recent enhancements to SDL Tridion Sites 9.0, released in November 2018, including the availability of mature cloud, hybrid and Content as a Service (CaaS) models. The recent introduction of Elasticsearch within the platform’s micro services-based architecture was also recognized by the analyst firm, alongside Adaptive BluePrinting, which provides a templated approach for building and adapting local country and brand websites. The addition of Instant Site is also a dramatic expansion of the idea of templating, allowing non-technical users to quickly create sophisticated websites (campaign sites or country sites).?

“We’ve looked at customers’ content challenges and focused our development on areas that will make a practical difference,” said Jim Saunders, Chief Product Officer, SDL. “And it’s clearly working – we’re now powering the top 90 brands, and are recognized among the top two leading WCM platforms. It’s testament to our relentless focus on giving customers access to the latest technological breakthroughs from across our range of content management and language solutions.”?

SDL Tridion Sites is a web content management system built for global organizations that know content is a critical business asset. Part of SDL Tridion DX (which also includes SDL Tridion Docs, a structured content management system), the platform provides the scalability organizations need for global content deployment while supporting rigorous brand management, marketing agility and flexible delivery of both marketing content and DITA based product information. With 90 of the top 100 global brands as SDL customers, SDL can solve today’s disconnection between content creation, translation and delivery.?

To read Ars Logica’s evaluation of SDL Tridion Sites 9.0 please click here. To view an overview of the 16 key WCM vendors and their scores please click here.?

Notes to Editors: *Source: Interbrand’s 2018 Best Global Brands Report.


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Wed, 06 Feb 2019 08:00:00GMT //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/ars-logica.html#141270
Six Ways to Engage With Worldwide Audiences in 2019 - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/six-ways-to-engage-with-worldwide-audiences.html#140356 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, today outlines six recommendations for companies looking to unlock the strategic power of an intelligent content supply chain in 2019, giving them the ability to engage with anyone, anywhere, in their own language and device of choice.?

A November 2018 Forrester Consulting study, ‘Today’s Content Supply Chains Prevent Continuous Customer Journeys,’ commissioned by SDL, revealed that companies need to develop a Global Content Operating Model (GCOM), a framework that aligns people, technology and processes across a company, helping them mature the way they create, translate and deliver content to their customers. This helps brands handle the growing volume and velocity of content required to engage with worldwide audiences.?

The study also found that brands rely too heavily on disjointed technologies including a collection Web Content Management Systems, network drives, and document management systems, supported by poorly orchestrated human translation, to build customer experiences on a global scale. Internal organizational silos also add to the complexity involved in providing continuity across the presale, sale and post-sale phases of the customer journey.?

“To reach the desired end state of intelligent content, companies need to build for the future today,” according to the Forrester study. “They need to rethink their current processes, technology, and organizational structures to be prepared for a future where the strategic value of content continues to grow and determines the difference between company success and failure.”?

“The result of organizational and technological disconnects is poor, fragmented experiences and frustrated customers. At a time when customers are turning online dozens of times a day, that’s an enormous missed opportunity,” said Peggy Chen, Chief Marketing Officer, SDL. “By commissioning this study from Forrester Consulting we have uncovered the key problems and developed a set of six recommendations that outline a path for brands to consider in 2019 when evolving their content supply chain.”?

  1. Take Control of Your Content Supply Chain
    The volume and velocity at which brands create content is out of control, and it’s only going to become more complex. 93% of brands say they will produce more content in the next two years. Half estimate the volume of content will increase by more than 30% (and a third estimate by more than 40%), according to the Forrester Consulting study. The answer to fixing this is to regain content control across the organization. The GCOM can help brands achieve this, moving from a manual operating model towards automated and even autonomous for global content creation, translation and delivery.?
  2. Explore Intelligent Content Platforms
    Only about one third of brands believe they provide customers with a continuous customer experience, according to the study. Brands looking to deliver meaningful and consistent customer experiences, across multiple channels and languages, will need vast amounts of content – more than it’s possible for marketing teams to create. Companies will require an intelligent, flexible and AI-driven architecture. Applying intelligence to a content ecosystem will help companies automate tasks, and reduce the cost involved in managing extreme amounts of content.?
  3. Rethink How Content is Constructed
    The popularity of video, chatbots, virtual assistants, and other emerging channels, are on the rise. Brands expect these to significantly grow over the next two years, yet only 29% say that they are very satisfied with the ability of their tools to engage with customers across these channels, and deliver a continuous experience, according to the study. Rethink how content is constructed and shared across teams so that it can be adapted for these new delivery models with minimal rework and maximum impact. This will help brands deliver content faster across different channels, languages and audiences.?
  4. Be Ready to Adapt Content for Any Channel
    Customers want content, across multiple channels, at any time of day. Therefore, how do brands create enough content to meet demand? Little more than half of firms have a centralized and standardized toolset for the creation (51%), translation (54%), and delivery (56%) of content across regions and languages. Bringing systems together to increase the delivery of easily consumed content, ensures its consistency across all stages of the buying cycle.?
  5. Realize That Customers Want Product Information
    Buyers and users want the details about products and services not just after the deal is done, but during the buying cycle to understand their investments and make more informed decisions. Brands understand this trend. Three-quarters (77%) admit that keeping product information relevant and up-to-date is critical to a good customer experience. They also agree that improving access to product information would have the single greatest positive impact on customer experience — more so than any other type of content. Brands need to be ready to deliver everything from production manuals, videos and spec sheets to customers, in their own language and to the highest standards.?
  6. Leadership Should Drive Change
    According to the study, 82% of firms agree content is critical to their company’s success in achieving top business objectives. Despite this, three quarters (80%) believe that current content supply chain challenges impede their ability to deliver on top business objectives. Vice President and C-level executives should be the driving force behind digital change. They have the advantage of seeing cross-departmental, global activities and may be in a better position to spot broken or redundant processes. Improved content supply chains lead to robust departmental and business-wide benefits. Companies gain improved productivity, higher customer engagement, increased conversion rates, and increased customer satisfaction, among other benefits.

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Thu, 24 Jan 2019 08:00:00GMT //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2019/six-ways-to-engage-with-worldwide-audiences.html#140356
#5FutureStates of Content Are Here: SDL’s 2018 Predictions Come to Fruition - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2018/2018-predictions-come-to-fruition.html#139788 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, today reveals that its Five Future States of Content (#5FutureStates) have become a reality, after a series of its innovations that have been incubated over the past year have begun to deliver solutions based on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). These developments, which span across the content supply chain, not only help global brands move from manual to autonomous futures as they evolve towards a global content operating model (GCOM), but enable them to create compelling content that drives continuous customer experiences.?

“Early in 2018, SDL announced its Five Future States of Content, a series of concepts predicting exciting prospects where content will create itself, organize itself, secure itself, be agile and be an organization's best salesperson, with some of these predictions already a reality today,” said Peggy Chen, CMO at SDL. “What makes the difference in the accuracy of our predictions is SDL’s unwavering commitment to meet customers’ needs and laser-focus on leading the way in what’s next on content creation, translation and delivery – bringing to fruition concepts that were just a mere idea a little over a year ago. To highlight where investment is needed, we also provide insight into our upcoming research, which identifies rising customer expectations in seamless experiences. Here’s how our predictions and research fared.”?

1. Content will create itself: Content makes the digital world go around, and drives every stage of the customer journey, from research through to purchase, product use and ongoing support. And it needs to be available 24/7. According to SDL’s commissioned research, 82% of customers expect brands to be available whenever needed. If it’s not, a third (27%) will simply stop their purchase. However, for most companies, the biggest challenge lies in keeping up with demand and finding better ways to create, translate and deliver content. SDL predicted that with the rise of AI, there was potential to get more value out of the content already produced, by giving brands the ability to create content derivatives which resonate with more audiences worldwide.?

What SDL delivered: Alongside people and advancing processes, the launch of SDL Content Assistant, powered by Hai, SDL’s Linguistic AI, automates, accelerates and enhances the derivative content creation process. The content assistant quickly identifies themes, patterns and main ideas from source documentation and extracts key topics; automatically identifying key content elements such as quotes, facts and figures, and providing content summaries, which can be used for blogs and social posts.?

2. Content will be agile: Keeping up with consumer demand means creating content around the clock in the right formats. SDL’s research shows 57% of consumers surveyed read product/services specifications online and 39% read product/service documentation (pdfs and paper manuals). To meet consumer demand, companies must streamline handoffs between content creation, translation, and delivery and create an efficient and agile GCOM.?

What SDL delivered: By combining new ways of agile working with componentized content, automated and integrated translation capabilities, and linguistic AI, brands can enable agile content creation, translation and delivery like never before. As an example, SDL’s recently launched end-to-end localization platform, SDL Language Cloud, changes the traditional approach to managing content projects to achieve greater agility, helping users think about their processes and automate them.?

3. Content will be organize itself: While everyone relies on content, too much becomes inconsumable and unmanageable. When asked about their best digital experiences with brands, SDL research respondents pointed out the following features: Ease of website search and pre-filtered content, logical categorization and clear, accurate product information. However, 66% said they have abandoned a purchase due to insufficient product information. AI will help structure, classify and tag content in a way that it becomes highly organized, and searchable across the business.?

What SDL delivered: With the new SDL Tridion DX, which combines the power of SDL Tridion Sites and SDL Tridion Docs, companies can today use shared taxonomies across content types for marketing and product content, ensuring better search results, targeted content, consistency with industry standards and term bases, as well as better reporting. SDL’s Linguistic AI, Hai, also provides additional support to taxonomies and tagging – all enabling companies to organize their content better both internally and externally.?

4.??Content will be secure:?With nearly 60 million Americans affected by identity theft, according to a 2018 online survey by the Harris Poll (The Harris Poll, 2018), companies need to protect translation processes and ensure they do not expose sensitive, protected or confidential information through copying, transmission or use by unauthorized individuals. AI will help apply the correct category tagging to ensure regulatory compliance and ensure no personal data goes through an insecure process.?

What SDL delivered: SDL launched a series of secure deployments for its Neural Machine Translation (MT) platform, introducing Edge Cloud capabilities that seamlessly connect the on-premises MT environment to provide secure ground-to-cloud deployment flexibility. Additionally, SDL’s Secure Translation Supply Chain and Content Management technology is designed with security in mind. Organizations concerned with data breaches can work in the comfort of knowing their data is locked down throughout the translation process.?

5. Content will be your best salesperson: Online, every sale is ultimately built on content. More sales increases demands and content complexities. Today more than 70% of consumers surveyed by SDL have experienced issues with content online including language barriers, lack of customization and inability to find the right content. Brands will need to ensure their content is impactful, and engages across the customer journey.?

What SDL delivered: SDL has listened to the recurring issues by consumers and has made it easier to meet the increase in content volumes while also driving the customer experience by scaling content creation, translation, and delivery. By using SDL’s network of in-country linguistic resources, combined with content and translation technology, such as Linguistic AI and Machine Translation, organizations can create content once and then multiply the amount of content by the number of target languages without risk to the brand or the relevancy of their message. This is made easy with SDL Tridion DX, SDL Accessibility Solution – which enables content accessibility across every channel – and SDL Multilingual Website solution, which enables organizations to experiment with automatically translated web pages and identify which content should be sent for more refined human translation… and all without having to increase headcount.?

“Our ambition is to build a model for our customers that delivers machine first, human optimized GCOM solutions, taking the content operating model from manual to automated. Our 2018 predictions set out a blueprint for this and paved the way for new solutions designed to bring the five future states of content closer to a reality. In 2019, we will take more steps in helping our customers create exceptional customer journeys by making predictions on the future content landscape, so watch this space!” concluded Chen.


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Thu, 20 Dec 2018 09:00:00GMT //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2018/2018-predictions-come-to-fruition.html#139788
SDL Partners with PFU Technical Communications to Solve Complexity in Delivering Technical Documentation to Global Audiences - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2018/sdl-partners-with-pfu-technical-communications.html#137913 SDL (LSE: SDL), a leader in global content management, translation and digital experience, today announced a partnership with PFU Technical Communications Limited to develop solutions that help brands overcome the challenges involved in technical documentation creation, management and delivery across the content supply chain in multiple languages.?

PFU Technical Communications, based in Japan, is a manual production company that provides total support services from production to translation of content using the latest technical authoring technology. The company creates – based on Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) – user manuals and documentation for global brands that make it easy for customers to understand, read, and search a product. DITA is an XML-based open standard for structuring, developing, managing, and publishing technical content across different languages and formats.?

The combination of PFU Technical Communications’ advanced DITA and XML technologies, and SDL Tridion Docs, a DITA-based structured content management solution, will solve the complexity involved in creating, managing and distributing in-depth product content and technical documentation at scale. It works by giving authors a structured, component- based approach to creating content, allowing them to adapt one or many pieces of content with little effort and deliver across multiple touchpoints – something that can be challenging without such a tool where each piece of content needs to be updated manually.?

“We have a long history in providing DITA and XML-based writing, consulting and information architecture to some of the globe’s top brands,” said Hiroyuki Yoshida, Corporate Vice President, PFU Technical Communications. “With a dedicated team, consisting of a project manager, writer, translator, and editor, we provide a one-stop service that includes planning, writing and translating technical documents, and are always looking for innovative ways to help customers get more value from their content supply chain. Our partnership with SDL supports this vision and look forward to creating more value for our customers as they take their business global.”?

As a DITA-based structured content management solution, SDL Tridion Docs, part of SDL Tridion DX, makes it easier for content authors and subject matter experts to create, edit and review content. The technology is also integrated with SDL Translation Management, enabling companies translate their technical content with the click of a button, track status of publications in translation, and automate the publish of technical content into a variety of formats, thereby eliminating desktop publishing for translated versions.?

“Technical and support documentation plays a vital role in the customer experience. If customers can easily find product information and clear instructions, you improve their overall experience and interaction with your brand,” said Thomas Labarthe, Chief Revenue Officer, SDL. “Our partnership with PFU Technical Communications tackles this by helping brands to deliver any type of technical content to a global audience.”?

PFU Technical Communications
PFU Technical Communications provides user-friendly manuals based on their expertise in creating and translating product manuals. With advanced technologies such as XML and DITA, they create manuals at lower cost compared to conventional methods, by supporting various media for a single source and improving the quality. Visit: //www.pfu.fujitsu.com/pte/en/


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Tue, 04 Dec 2018 07:00:00GMT //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2018/sdl-partners-with-pfu-technical-communications.html#137913
SDL Addresses Growing Content Challenges at tcworld Conference 2018 - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2018/tekom.html#138538 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation, management and delivery, today announces it will showcase the latest content management, translation and terminology solutions – and how they address the growing content challenge – at this year’s tekom event – tekom-Jahrestagung and tcworld Conference 2018 in Stuttgart, Germany, from November 13 – 15, the globe’s largest event and marketplace for technical communication.?

Experts from SDL will exhibit, present and host workshops to help translators and global organizations learn how to optimize their efforts across the localization supply chain to create, translate and deliver content strategically to global audiences. See below an extract of each session:?

  • Philips Health Systems – How Terminology Management Keeps Pace with Product Innovation: Ulrike R?hrenbeck and Daniela Fleck, Philips Health Systems and David Morgan, SDL. Learn how Philips benefits from terminology management tools to increase user engagement and help deliver projects faster. Taking place on Tuesday, November 13, 4:15 - 5:00pm (room C6.2).?
  • Bringing Web and Technical Content Together: J?rg Schmidt, Solutions Architect, SDL, explains how SDL Tridion DX blends web and structured content, delivering continuous digital experiences in any language across the pre-sale, sale and post-sale phases of the customer journey. Taking place on Tuesday, November 13, 11:15 - 12:00 (room C10.1).?
  • SDL Trados Studio 2019 – New Experience. Better Results: Daniel Brockman, Director of Product Management, SDL. Learn more about the latest features and innovations within the industry’s leading CAT tool. Taking place on Wednesday, November 14, 4:15 - 5:00pm (room C10.1).?
  • SDL Trados GroupShare – Innovations in Translation Management: Luis Lopes, Product Manager, SDL, showcases the most exciting innovations in SDL Trados GroupShare, and everything else for streamlined translation management collaboration - including the powerful Online Editor. Taking place on Wednesday, November 14, 09:45 - 10:30 (room C10.1).?
  • Managing User Generated Content in Technical Communications: J?rg Schmidt, SDL, looks at how SDL Tridion Docs helps companies benefit from user generated content within their technical communications. Taking place on Wednesday, November 14, 08:45 - 09:30 (Room C7.1).?

“Our customers are always looking for ways to solve real-life language and content management problems, and at this year’s event we’ll be showcasing the very latest innovations and developments from SDL to help them be more efficient in the way they engage with global audiences,” said Massimo Ghislandi, Vice President Translation Productivity, SDL. “We’re looking forward to collaborating with experts, customers and peers from across the industry at this year’s event. See you there!”?

At the event, attendees can learn more about how SDL’s solutions enable brands to develop their own Global Content Operating Model (GCOM). A GCOM provides the framework to deliver content globally – to any audience, on any device. By exploring the processes, technologies, human resources, driving strategy and content input and output, a GCOM guides improvements and alignment across all pillars. This approach helps companies to strategically create, manage, and deliver large volumes of content globally.?

See the full list of sessions hosted by SDL.

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SDL Reveals Game-Changing Intelligent Language Cloud – The Only Platform to Manage the Entire Localization Process @SDLConnect2018 - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2018/sdl-language-cloud.html#138703 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, today announced the next-generation of its 陕西十一选五推荐, now integrating Machine Learning and Hai, its Linguistic Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology. Converging SDL’s best in class translation technology, SDL Language Cloud is an intelligent, end-to-end platform designed for anyone involved in the localization supply chain.?

Hundreds of stakeholders are often involved in creating, managing and delivering complex translation projects across the content supply chain. With the inclusion of Hai, SDL Language Cloud can automate tasks and approval processes within the workflow, to enable teams to deliver better quality translations faster by going beyond the basics of a translation management system, all while applying localization best-practices across an organization.?

“With the explosion of content, we wanted to revolutionize our language technologies to meet the demands of the modern enterprise. Taking our 26 years of experience, we are reshaping the entire translation workflow to create more impactful content,” said Jim Saunders, Chief Product Officer at SDL. “As an end-to-end localization platform, our SDL Language Cloud changes the traditional approach to managing projects. With the latest advances in Machine Translation (MT) and Linguistic AI, it powers higher-quality translations with more efficient company-wide processes, tailored user experiences, and supporting all content types, repositories, translation methods.”?

Teams working with content such as documents, videos, and images have an easy-to-use online portal to upload content for translation. Regardless of their level of experience in the localization space, SDL Language Cloud with Linguistic AI can assist in optimizing the work needed for translation, ranging from utilizing SDL MT or using professional human translation, particularly for highly-nuanced content. Teams can also send content to be translated via SDL Language Cloud with over 80+ Connectors for applications including content management systems, web content management systems, e-Commerce platforms, marketing automation platforms, and more. An easy to use interface will also provide stakeholders with instant visibility into a project’s progress, helping to meet tight deadlines and proactively manage budgets.?

SDL Language Cloud provides access to SDL’s cloud technology including terminology, Online Editor, workflow automation, translation memory, and more. With an easy to use interface, SDL Language Cloud can manage the entire localization process within an enterprise, meaning teams can focus on issues at hand including approving projects or monitoring the progress of time sensitive projects. SDL Language Cloud includes access to SDL’s Neural MT and Linguistic AI powered by Hai – evolved from 15 years close collaboration between MT developers, MT-savvy linguists and professional translators across multiple industries and domains.


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SDL Brings Powerful Cloud-Based Neural Machine Translation to Global Brands - ◆陕西十一选五推荐◆ //www.11fy.cn/about/news-media/press/2018/sdl-machine-translation.html#138704 SDL (LSE: SDL), a global leader in content creation, translation, and delivery, today announces major enhancements to its Machine Translation (MT) offering, bringing SDL’s state-of-the-art Neural Machine Translation (NMT) 2.0 into a secure Cloud environment. In addition, it now uses Edge-Cloud capabilities to seamlessly integrate with on-premise solutions to provide secure ground to Cloud deployment options for brands with Linguistic AI capabilities, powered by Hai.?

SDL’s next-generation NMT 2.0 solution has been developed with and for enterprises who require deployment flexibility to rapidly process high volumes of multilingual content for a global audience across multiple use cases and scenarios. For example, leveraging on-cloud instant translation for social media posts that need an immediate response while taking advantage of the same technology on premise for internal legal documents, patent applications, eDiscovery, and processing other sensitive content.?

Benefits of SDL’s Cloud-Based Neural Machine Translation include:?

  • Access to more languages and markets: Gives brands instant access to over 100 language pairs, including the most challenging (Russian, Chinese, and Korean). This means brands can now develop their business in traditionally difficult to reach markets, engaging with customers in their language of choice.?
  • Secure, instant access from anywhere: Anyone involved across the translation supply chain can securely access projects, tasks and translations from any connected device. Data remains secure and complies with local data governance regulations.?
  • Easy to use: Translating a document has never been easier. Users only need to drag and drop a file or use a pre-built plugin within commonly used applications, and within seconds receive the translation in their desired language with formatting preserved.?

“SDL is revolutionizing the way brands understand and engage with worldwide audiences with its Neural Machine Translation technology,” said Mihai Vlad, VP of Machine Learning and AI, SDL. “Our enhanced Machine Translation offering – supporting an Edge-Cloud architecture – provides scale and speed, along with robust data governance and privacy across the content supply chain, establishing a foundation for other Linguistic AI solutions.”?

SDL’s superior NMT engine has evolved from close collaboration between MT developers, MT-savvy linguists and professional translators across multiple industries and domains to fine-tune the engine for fast, even higher quality translations in a secure environment.


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