g11n introduces ezyi18n: Internationalization support for Java on Eclipse IDE
January 11, 2017
g11n announced the release of ezyi18n, platform that simplifies adoption of software localization (L10n) in agile development. Ezyi18n incorporates internationalization and localization into your agile software development environment.
g11n launches advanced version of Localization Quality Management system – AuditMe
November 01, 2016
g11n has announced the release of an updated version of AuditMe. As a part of their continued efforts to focus on helping customers produce high quality, reusable and consistent translated content; AuditMe has been revised to create a first-of-its-kind auditing platform for localized content.
g11n Selected to Present at Venture Atlanta 2015
ATLANTA – September 15, 2015
g11n today announced that it has been selected as a presenter at Venture Atlanta 2015, Georgia’s premier event connecting technology innovation and investment capital, to be held October 20-21 at the Georgia Aquarium. The 32 early and later stage companies chosen to present reflect a wide range of technologies and diverse markets, while highlighting the innovation of Georgia businesses.
September 15, 2019
The two most common questions I keep hearing as a language service provider are:1. I know the language and I can type, can I become a translator? 2. How much do translators make? My article today will answer the first questions along with the education and certification requirements needed to start a career in the localization industry. The answer to the second question can be obtained by the translator himself.