Csoft International, a provider of multilingual localisation, testing and customised software development for the global market, has released TermWiki, a collaborative and wiki-based multilingual terminology management system.
The company said that the TermWiki simplifies the traditional approach to terminology management into three practical steps, collaborate, develop and control. Each step is supported with specific, productivity-oriented features that facilitate the ongoing maintenance of multilingual corporate lexicons.
Shunee Yee, president and CEO of CSOFT, said: “CSOFT is offering TermWiki as a commercial open source application, consistent with the globalisation industry’s growing inclination toward community-driven or cloud-based workflow models.
“TermWiki offers users full access to its source code, so companies are no longer locked down by proprietary technology that they can’t change or control. We are excited to witness how TermWiki evolves through the collective expertise of the community.”