XTM International release XTM Cloud 12.7 – openPR

XTM International, developers of the enterprise SaaS translation management system XTM Cloud, have released a new version of their translation management system, XTM Cloud 12.7 (https://xtm.cloud/blog/intelligent-connectivity-xtm-cloud-12-7-is-here/). The latest release rolls out a number of enhancements in connectivity, project management, machine translation and user experience.
Many of these latest additions rolled out in the “Intelligent Connectivity” release speak directly to client needs. Sara Basile, Product Manager at XTM International, noted,
“This is technology with a purpose. If you’re an XTM Cloud client, we don’t just want to support your growth. We want to turbo-charge it. We believe we’ve succeeded with the 12.7 release but as always, the opinions that matter most are yours. Keep telling us what you need. We’ll keep listening and keep delivering.”

Intelligent connectivity

XTM Cloud 12.7 offers enhanced content workflows between XTM Cloud and a growing list of content management systems and marketing automation platforms such as Adobe Experience Manager, Sitecore and Marketo. Project Managers who manage localization in Google Sheets and Marketo will find project creation more intuitive and less error-prone. Administrators of the Git version control system will be able to edit buckets from within the XTM user interface to manage software localization more efficiently. XTM Cloud 12.7 enables ServiceNow users to send content to XTM Cloud for translation, and there are 6 new REST API methods that deliver enhanced connectivity.

Find out more about intelligent connectivity enhancements https://xtm.cloud/blog/intelligent-connectivity-xtm-cloud-12-7/

XTM Cloud 12.7 – the language service professional’s trusted friend

XTM Cloud 12.7 enables Administrators to create analysis templates for Excel files from within the XTM user interface. This means faster file analysis, and by extension, faster project completion.

Project Managers can define custom QA checks based on regular expressions or use pre-defined regex checks in QA profiles. This way, even less tech-savvy users can perform advanced QA checks in XTM Workbench. With the option to lock specific segment filter profiles, linguists can focus solely on segments within the project scope. And an improved user interface experience offers Project Managers instant visibility of project updates. In XTM Bridge, Project Managers can be automatically preassigned to projects as they are created.

Find out more about the language service professional’s trusted friend https://xtm.cloud/blog/the-language-service-professionals-trusted-friend-xtm-cloud-v12-7/

Brain power – bridging the gap between AI and human intelligence

XTM Cloud 12.7 introduces the beta version of the Systran Neural Fuzzy Augmented model. The mechanism leverages the highest fuzzy matches to enhance the raw MT output in a split second.
In the new version, the edit distance score is part of cost reports for a clearer overview of project savings. Additionally, users can enable the edit distance calculation for all workflow steps with edit rights.

Find out more about brain power enhancements https://xtm.cloud/blog/brain-power-bridging-the-gap-between-ai-and-human-intelligence-xtm-cloud-v12-7/

Sound and vision: live video subtitling

In XTM Cloud 12.7, linguists will have access to the beta version of interactive previews for video subtitles in XTM Workbench. This provides ample visual context for linguists to review and translate video content. The bottom line is reduced post-production rework and enhanced output quality. Linguists can open the video player in a different browser tab or window, so they have more space to translate subtitles on one screen and preview them on the other.

XTM Cloud 12.7 enables linguists to identify and correct all source and target language inconsistencies, such as lowercase/uppercase and punctuation mismatches with regex-based Find and replace.

Read more about sound and vision enhancements

Enhanced NLP Artificial Intelligence

The latest version of XTM Cloud brings improvements to Inter-language Vector Space (ILVS), XTM’s NLP Artificial Intelligence framework. The auto-bilingual term extraction has been extended with a new use case, enabling Terminologists and Project Managers to extract terminology from files such as TMX and XLIFF while importing TM. This delivers significant time savings, with translation memories and terminology now importable en masse. In addition to auto-bilingual term extraction, we’ve refined other ILVS-driven features including the Aligner and Auto-inlines.

Find out about the enhancements in NLP Artificial Intelligence – https://xtm.cloud/blog/enhanced-nlp-artificial-intelligence-xtm-cloud-v12-7/

Media Contact: Dave Ruane, Digital Content and Partnership Manager
Email: marketing@xtm.cloud

XTM International
Ponders, Hedgerley Lane
Gerrards Cross, Bucks SL9 8SY
United Kingdom

Media Contact: Dave Ruane, Digital Content and Partnership Manager

Email: marketing@xtm.cloud

About XTM International

XTM International develops and sells XTM Cloud, an enterprise SaaS translation management system with an integrated computer aided translation tool. Their mission is to help enterprises reach global markets more efficiently by creating, delivering and supporting an industry leading platform to automate and manage all aspects of the localization process.

The system employs AI to deliver advanced automation, has a well-developed REST API and out-of-the-box connectors for most common content management systems and machine translation systems. The flexible and automated workflow streamlines complex localization processes and supply chains while providing project managers with an up-to-date view of the project status. XTM Cloud is designed to be scalable, flexible and agile, with industry open standards at its core.

XTM International’s customers include many of the world’s leading enterprises in a variety of industries as well as some of the most innovative LSPs.

More information is available at the XTM International website

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