Milano, Italy, March 15, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Threeplicate, an Italian startup whose mission is creating "software that works", is proud to announce a new product after the much appreciated ScrewTurn Wiki engine.
Amanuens is an innovative Software as a Service product that will enable software development companies to operate more efficiently and effectively during the localization of its software packages.
Amanuens synchronizes automatically with the source code repository, and presents resources to be translated with a simple and functional interface that is completely web-based. Synchronization between translated resources and the source code repository is bi-directionally, thus developers are no longer required to manually merge resource files.
Amanuens Beta currently supports Subversion-based source code repositories and is compatible with Microsoft .NET’s RESX resource files. Support for more types of repositories and more resource formats will be added in the upcoming months.
To fully understand the potential of Amanuens, Threeplicate published a 2-minute introductory video, available at www.amanuens.com.
Threeplicate is also pleased to announce that all customers that will participate in the beta test, will get the service at a discounted price for the first year of service. Threeplicate is also proud to support the open-source community by offering Amanuens to all open-source projects at no cost.
To stay updated on the latest news regarding Amanuens and other projects from Threeplicate, you can use the following channels:
Company website: www.threeplicate.com
Amanuens website: www.amanuens.com
Introductory video: www.amanuens.com or tinyurl.com/amanuens
Company blog: blog.threeplicate.com
The chart members,
Dario Solera, Co-founder, Web Apps & Services
Matteo Tomasini, Co-founder, Mobile Apps
Michele Costa, Co-founder, Sales & Marketing