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Idiom WorldServer Desktop Workbench

What is Idiom WorldServer Desktop Workbench?

The WorldServer Desktop Workbench from Idiom WorldServer is a desktop client for the WorldServer TMS (translation management system). This application integrates a DIY method for translation services by communicating with the WorldServer, and features TM modules such as ICE matching, scoping, online TM searching, and contextual previewing. In addition, the Idiom WorldServer Desktop Workbench (or commonly known as just Workbench) is free for all users and translators who are working on a project developed in WorldServer.

WorldServer is categorized as“software as a service” (SAAS) platform, and offers fully scalable and flexible deployment options depending on the needs of the business or organization. This allows enterprises to find an option that suits them before upgrading to another deployment type as their needs vary over time.

Generally, a TMS like WorldServer (and its Workbench) contains two components: process management technology, and linguistic technology. The former automates the flow of repetitive and/or repeatable work, while linguistic technology assists the user in translating languages.

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File types supported by Idiom WorldServer Desktop Workbench

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