Espoo, Finland, June 15, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Multilizer Translation Validation Wizard helps to automate translation consistency check, which helps to achieve better quality in less time. It allows the user to validate the translation of the selected target language. Using automatic Translation Validation ensures that the software in the company has consistent translations across different products and localization projects, saving project time and costs. Multilizer Translation Validation Wizard is the latest of 9 Wizards added in Multilizer localization tool to help with the various tasks and processes in localization (QA and productivity).
When validating, Multilizer compares project translations with one or more translation sources specified by the user. It does not simply validate the translations, but also allows modification of the translation status for later review. Match percentage is automatically calculated by comparing the project translations with the translation reference, in order to get further quality metrics.
Once the Translation Validation Wizard has completed, it will create a report which shows summary and detailed information on every single validated translation. This information includes the number of translations processed and verified as well as how many translation statuses were changed during the process.
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Multilizer localization tool shortens the crucial time-to-market for different types of software and documentation localization projects. With Multilizer, the business benefits for localization projects are for example, better translation quality, effective use of developer resources, and lower translation costs.
Multilizer also grows and evolves together with your localization needs. Multilizer can be used to localize almost any document or software. Currently there are over 30 different file formats that Multilizer supports. Multilizer tools are built to benefit all parties involved in the localization and translation project.
To learn more about Multilizer, please visit: www.multilizer.com