Boulder, CO December 11, 2019 – Lingoport releases significant updates to its suite of software, helping software teams and enterprises reach worldwide customers with internationalized and localized software.
Lingoport Suite includes:
- Globalyzer for continuous internationalization (i18n)
- Lingoport Resource Manager (LRM) for localization automation updates from software repository to translator and back again, with no developer hassle.
- InContext Translation & QA to deliver context to translators and reviews for better and faster translation and linguistic review
- Lingobot for project collaboration and controls via Slack and MS Teams
- Dashboard for visibility, issues drill down and more
See https://lingoport.com/products for an overview as well as specific product pages.
The headline addition to LRM is supported API connections to leading TMSs including XTM, MemSource, SDL TMS and WorldServer via SDL ManTra, as well as delivering InContext within SDL Trados. Lingobot also adds support for MS Teams and other features.
We have made some major updates to our Dashboard, which is included with Lingoport Suite, as well as individual Suite components. The redesign helps focus users on critical information quickly, and we think it looks pretty too.
There are numerous other improvements covering usability, localization file-types, security and delivering continuous i18n, L10n and testing data during software development.
See the links below for release notes and more feature details:
- Globalyzer 6.3.1 – https://wiki.lingoport.com/Globalyzer_Release_Notes
- LRM 5.1 – https://wiki.lingoport.com/LRM_Release_Notes
- Dashboard 7.8.1 – https://wiki.lingoport.com/Dashboard_Release_Notes
- LingoBot 2.2 – https://wiki.lingoport.com/LingoBot_Release_Notes
“It’s exciting to see our teams deliver broad and meaningful improvements to our products based on feedback from our customers,” explained Adam Asnes, Lingoport’s CEO. “We have a strong connection to our user base and that’s motivating and helpful as we enhance our offering.”