9,426 registrants

CAT Tool & Software day

Sep 29, 2016



Conference recap





Summary

Date: Sep 29, 2016
Registrants: 9,426
Attendees: 4,304
Sessions: 61




Sessions

Presentation

The world’s leading CAT tool is evolving – Introducing SDL Trados Studio 2017

Time: 10:05 to 11:05
Presentation

From Signup to Job: An Overview of How to Increase Your Translation Client Base with TM-Town

Time: 11:15 to 12:15
Presentation

Improving your productivity with memoQ - advanced functions, tips & tricks

Time: 12:25 to 13:25
Presentation

CafeTran Espresso - the Translation Tool Tuned to Translate Fast and Enjoy it

Time: 13:35 to 14:10
Presentation

Wordfast Pro 4 - tips & tricks

Time: 14:20 to 15:20
Group discussion

General Chat

Time: 15:00 to 18:00
Presentation

Unleash the potential of Déjà Vu X3 CAT tool

Time: 15:30 to 16:30
On-demand
presentation

An overview of SDL Trados Studio 2015

Time: 16:00 to 16:05
On-demand
presentation

Studio 2017 - Innovative technology, made human

Time: 16:00 to 16:05
On-demand
presentation

Translating a single document in SDL Trados Studio 2015

Time: 16:05 to 16:10
On-demand
presentation

SDL Trados Studio 2015 – an introduction to the SDL Language Platform and SDL Trados Studio 2015

Time: 16:10 to 16:15
On-demand
presentation

SDL Trados Studio 2015 for beginners – how to get started!

Time: 16:15 to 16:20
On-demand
presentation

SDL Trados Studio 2015 – Your productivity, our technology

Time: 16:20 to 16:25
On-demand
presentation

SDL Trados Studio 2015 – Quality features in focus

Time: 16:25 to 16:30
On-demand
presentation

SDL Trados Studio 2015 – Personalizing Studio – Your Studio, your way

Time: 16:30 to 16:35
On-demand
presentation

SDL - A beginners guide to SDL Trados Studio 2015

Time: 16:35 to 16:40
On-demand
presentation

SDL - Top 5 time-saving apps from the SDL OpenExchange App Store

Time: 16:40 to 16:45
On-demand
presentation

Introduction to the TTI research and why we decided to take the technology pulse of the translation industry

Time: 16:45 to 16:50
On-demand
presentation

How and why technology is supporting the drive for quality

Time: 16:50 to 16:55
On-demand
presentation

Change working practices and technology

Time: 16:55 to 17:00
On-demand
presentation

Going beyond translation memory in the search for higher productivity

Time: 17:00 to 17:05
On-demand
presentation

Registering for TM-Town

Time: 18:05 to 18:10
On-demand
presentation

Nakōdo: A first-of-its-kind translator search engine by TM-Town

Time: 18:10 to 18:15
On-demand
presentation

Aligning Documents on TM-Town

Time: 18:15 to 18:20
On-demand
presentation

Loading Work on TM-Town

Time: 18:20 to 18:25
On-demand
presentation

Building and Maintaining Terminology Glossaries on TM-Town

Time: 18:25 to 18:30
On-demand
presentation

Creating Your Nakōdo Term Blacklist

Time: 18:30 to 18:35
On-demand
presentation

Sending your ProZ.com portfolio samples to TM-Town

Time: 18:35 to 18:40
On-demand
presentation

Redacting Confidential Information

Time: 18:40 to 18:45
On-demand
presentation

Selling Glossaries on the TM-Town Terminology Marketplace

Time: 18:45 to 18:50
On-demand
presentation

Getting Started Leveraging Your TM-Town Account in CafeTran Espresso

Time: 18:50 to 18:55
On-demand
presentation

Sharing Documents on TM-Town

Time: 18:55 to 19:00
On-demand
presentation

Getting started with memoQ

Time: 19:00 to 19:05
On-demand
presentation

Shift gears with memoQ: advanced topics, tips & tricks

Time: 19:05 to 19:10
On-demand
presentation

Automated alignment with LiveDocs

Time: 19:10 to 19:15
On-demand
presentation

Kiss of the Muse – speed up your translation with suggestions from your Muses

Time: 19:15 to 19:20
On-demand
presentation

Correcting fuzzy matches with memoQ’s MatchPatch

Time: 19:20 to 19:25
On-demand
presentation

Processing XML files with memoQ

Time: 19:25 to 19:30
On-demand
presentation

Search. Filtering. Views. How can these features improve my work?

Time: 19:30 to 19:35
On-demand
presentation

Short introduction to memoQ's auto-translation rules

Time: 19:35 to 19:40
On-demand
presentation

Can non-translatable lists help my work? Sure!

Time: 19:40 to 19:45
On-demand
presentation

Teamwork for freelancers: sharing TMs and TBs with Language Terminal

Time: 19:45 to 19:50
On-demand
presentation

Language Terminal: the freelance translator’s project management tool

Time: 19:50 to 19:55
On-demand
presentation

Wordfast Pro - Tips and Tricks

Time: 20:00 to 20:05
On-demand
presentation

Wordfast Anywhere: Free Web-based translation memory

Time: 20:05 to 20:10
On-demand
presentation

Wordfast Pro for Project Managers

Time: 20:10 to 20:15
On-demand
presentation

The Wordfast Product Suite: Addressing Translation Efficiency at the Enterprise Level

Time: 20:15 to 20:20
On-demand
presentation

Reduce Costs and Increase Productivity with Wordfast Pro for LSPs

Time: 20:20 to 20:25
On-demand
presentation

Wordfast Studio - Aperçu et Astuces

Time: 20:25 to 20:30
On-demand
presentation

The Wordfast Product Suite: Find The Right TM Solution For You

Time: 20:30 to 20:35
On-demand
presentation

Training for New Déjà Vu X3 Users

Time: 20:45 to 20:50
On-demand
presentation

Training for Déjà Vu X3 Advanced Users

Time: 20:50 to 20:55
On-demand
presentation

DVX3's DeepMiner

Time: 20:55 to 21:00
On-demand
presentation

DVX3's Autowrite

Time: 21:00 to 21:05
On-demand
presentation

DVX3 user friendliness

Time: 21:05 to 21:10
On-demand
presentation

Webinar presentation of TEAMserver

Time: 21:10 to 21:15
On-demand
presentation

DVX3 Unmatched Interoperability

Time: 21:15 to 21:20
On-demand
presentation

RegEx in DVX3 - A useful example: Terminology extraction

Time: 21:20 to 21:25
On-demand
presentation

Introductory Webinar on DVX3

Time: 21:25 to 21:30
On-demand
presentation

Inline Formatting in Déjà Vu X3

Time: 21:30 to 21:35
On-demand
presentation

Live Preview with Déjà Vu X3

Time: 21:35 to 21:40




Conference feedback

Very interesting. I could know the news in the terms of CAT Tools.

Eurico Barros
Member since: Jun 10, 2014

Attending the conference for the second year. Grateful for the insights and challenge to get something new.


Very informative. Thanks a lot!


Very informative. All the screenshare examples removed the feeling of being overwhelmed.


The sessions were informative and resourceful. Thanks a lot for everything.


Angela Cascio
Member since: Mar 6, 2007

Very interesting!
Learned a lot about all the features of these tools!




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09:58 Apr 8, 2014 lkhagvaa: 1763290 All hi all
09:58 Apr 8, 2014 lkhagvaa: 1763290 All happy to see guys
09:58 Apr 8, 2014 Agnieszka Chęcińska: 1787329 All hello!
09:59 Apr 8, 2014 Blandine-ATRIL: 1459982 All Hi, we are very pleased to start this event!
09:59 Apr 8, 2014 Blandine-ATRIL: 1459982 All We are here to discuss privately or publically any topics you would like!
09:59 Apr 8, 2014 Drew MacFadyen: 601248 All Good day everyone. Thanks Atril team for all your hard work and efforts in helping create today's virtual event.
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 Blandine-ATRIL: 1459982 All Thank you Drew, and thanks to you as well for all this organization.
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 Drew MacFadyen: 601248 All Hope everyone get's to learn a bit more about Atril and Deja Vu...as we will say today "Try it, Love it"
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 lkhagvaa: 1763290 All can we discuss abotu particular terms or glossaries
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 Blandine-ATRIL: 1459982 All sure
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 Drew MacFadyen: 601248 All Ulziisaikhan - you can discuss anything you like...this is your event :)
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 Blandine-ATRIL: 1459982 All Are you familiar with Déjà Vu termbases and Lexicon?
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 Brenda Ramirez: 1781645 All hi everyone
10:00 Apr 8, 2014 Drew MacFadyen: 601248 All http://www.proz.com/virtual-conferences/604/program/9439 is the first presentation on Deja Vu X3 and will begin in 4 minutes
10:01 Apr 8, 2014 lkhagvaa: 1763290 All what is the best definition of "internalized parents"
10:01 Apr 8, 2014 lkhagvaa: 1763290 All is it some kind of descrimination or something about?
10:02 Apr 8, 2014 Blandine-ATRIL: 1459982 All yes Lorenzo
10:02 Apr 8, 2014 Lbenito_atril: 1174606 All I think that Ulziisaikhan is confused.
10:03 Apr 8, 2014 Lbenito_atril: 1174606 All He seems to think that he can come here to ask questions abotu the translation he is doing. Perhaps we should let him know that what we meant is that they can ask us any questions they want about DVX3
10:03 Apr 8, 2014 Blandine-ATRIL: 1459982 All Ulziisaikhan, I think you are asking more a linguistic question rather than a tool question, maybe somebody in the chat room has an answer for you..?
10:04 Apr 8, 2014 Drew MacFadyen: 601248 All http://www.proz.com/virtual-conferences/604/program/9439 is the first presentation on Deja Vu X3 and has now started
10:04 Apr 8, 2014 lkhagvaa: 1763290 All Thanks Blandine. I posted this term as Kudoz question, but nobody answered it.
10:05 Apr 8, 2014 Pavel Tsvetkov: 634408 All I have a question regarding QA in Deja vu X... It can be found at the end of the discussion here: http://www.proz.com/forum/d%C3%A9j%C3%A0_vu_support/230066-djv_x2_areas_to_improve_wishlist-page4.htm
10:05 Apr 8, 2014 lkhagvaa: 1763290 All Thanks, I can watch and hear the first presentation
10:06 Apr 8, 2014 Pavel Tsvetkov: 634408 All Also, I think I am voicing the concern of many Deja vu X users on www.proz.com – Atril needs to monitor more closely the Deja vu forum on www.proz.com and address the concerns and queries there.








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