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Welocalize Releases New Version of GlobalSight with Bilingual Files Translation

By CIOReview | Wednesday, April 20, 2016

open-source translation management systemFREDERICK, MD: Translation and localization solution provider, Welocalize, recently unveiled the latest release of its proprietary open-source translation management system (TMS), GlobalSight. The new 8.6.7 version will help users to translate XLIFF bilingual files, standing compatible with the industry standards for various systems. It allows organizations to manage, translate and deliver increasing volumes of global content.

GlobalSight 8.6.7 comprises a broad set of features including In context review tool for InDesign and office 2010, support InDesign CC for In Context Review, stash and blaise connectors, and many more. The new upgrade has improved connectivity by building connectors to AEM/CQ5 and Drupal 8. The Eloqua Connector has also been upgraded to support dynamic content. "We are pleased to announce the latest release of Welocalize's GlobalSight, which provides greater functionality and connectivity to users around the world," says Genara Rodriguez, Senior Manager, Deployments and Program Support, Welocalize.

Furthermore, the updated version has  some other important features including XLIFF 2.0 specification support, upgrade JBoss and JDK version, API enhancements, Recreate ready jobs, Added re-try MT option, Add Multi-select to My Jobs - Job ID filter and many others. "GlobalSight 8.6.7 focuses on what is important to our users, including increased connectivity across systems and providing better context for translations and reviews," adds Genara Rodriguez.

The GlobalSight community has users from the different section of the society such as enterprise clients, translators, language service providers, technology suppliers, universities, research institutions and individuals alike. The company provides a low-risk, flexible and sustainable technology at a fraction of the cost of commercial TMS products with zero license fees.