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Translations.com Releases GlobalLink Sitecore Add-On 5.0

Translations.com, the world’s largest privately held provider of language services and translation-related technologies, today announced the release of version 5.0 of its GlobalLink Sitecore Add-On.

The GlobalLink Sitecore Add-On is designed to help streamline the process of launching and maintaining global websites by automating manual tasks related to content export/import and reducing client-side project management.

Key enhancements include:

  • Improved dashboard reporting
  • Customizable workflow integration with extension hooks
  • Configurable content change detection
  • Enhanced UI and user experience
  • Support for media asset translation management
  • Enhanced notification engine
  • User impersonation for content export and import

“The demand for our GlobalLink Sitecore Add-On has exploded in the last 18 months, with multiple wins in the travel, retail, and consumer product verticals,” said Matt Hauser, Vice President of Content Solutions at Translations.com. “Enterprise Sitecore clients are embracing the concept of GlobalLink’s end-to-end solution to manage their translation needs and external vendors with no middleware required. The enhanced features in version 5.0 will enable Sitecore users to seamlessly manage global content with less complexity, lower costs, and faster timelines.”

About Translations.com

With annual revenues of over $400 million, Translations.com is a leading provider of enterprise localization services and technology solutions. From offices in more than 85 cities on six continents, Translations.com offers a full range of services in 170+ languages to clients worldwide. Translations.com’s GlobalLink® Product Suite is used by more than 3,000 global organizations. Translations.com is part of the TransPerfect family of companies, with global headquarters in New York and regional headquarters in London and Hong Kong. For more information, please visit www.translations.com.

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