December 3, 2014 - Péter Faragó
In Part 1 of the series, we described why the process of website translation is such a hassle from the translator’s and the company’s point of view.
Translation proxy-based tools simplify these steps by eliminating the IT effort from both the customer’s and the translator’s side. Read the full article
October 11, 2014 - Andrea Barta
Website Localization with Translation Proxy
Balázs Benedek, Easyling’s co-founder and COO, held a webinar hosted by GALA last Thursday, Oct. 2nd, 2014. If you missed it, the 1-hour webinar is now available at GALA OnDemand:
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September 18, 2013 - Balázs Benedek
META-Forum 2013, the international conference on powerful languages technologies for the multilingual information society starts on the 19th September. As one of the main topics of this years’s conference is Multilingual Web Services for Multilingual Europe, the META Exhibition also features Easyling, the website translation proxy. Read the full article
February 13, 2013 - Csík Judit
2 weeks have passed since we had a chance to present Easyling on memoQfest USA, San Antonio. Although, it was not the first international debut of our website translation tool, but certainly one of the most insightful and valuable events we have participated so far.
Why was this event so memorable?
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September 3, 2012 - Péter Faragó
London – the city has been in the foreground of public attention thanks to the 2012 Olympic Games. We have also followed this spectacular sports event and celebrated the successes, and while doing so, we couldn’t have surmised that London will play a very significant role in our lives, as well.
On September 14 this year, we visit the annual conference of the Association of Translation Companies. And it is here, at this forum that we will be able to present the finished and ready-for-use version of our 1-click website translation tool Easyling.
We have been developing Easyling for months now, and it is a great pleasure for us to be able to announce the commercial launch of this service at such a recognized professional forum. We also hope we will get a lot of inspiration, feedback and comments at this conference, everything we can use to render Easyling even better.
Excited as we are about this event, we’ll keep you posted on what is happening to us and to Easyling there. In the meantime, check out the ever-forming website of Easyling for website translators and agencies here: www.easyling.com.