TLM

Terminology and Localization Manager

Terminology and Localization Manager

The Terminology & Localization Manager is a multilingual terminology management tool with an integrated voting process. The structure of a terminological entry is concept-oriented and term-autonomous.

  • Central terminology management for all divisions
    Build a centralized, semantic terminology source for every step of your company. Connect it to other systems like a Content Delivery Platform and assist users through synonyms, antonyms and proximity search - made possible by semantic relations between the concepts in TLM. In case you don't want to do the implementation of features like that yourself. CDx does the trick
  • Vote, Comment, Suggest
    Use the built-in voting process to update, expand your terminology asynchronously and let more people take part in terminology work.
  • Find your entry structure
    The entry structure in TLM is Concept-oriented and term-autonomous. Through extensive configurability and extendibility the entries can be re-modelled to fit any terminological approach. The entries are visualized as a tree that shows the translation routes and a concept map that shows the semantic relations. Talking about translation routes. Of course, there is popular import and export formats on board.
  • Increase terminology quality
    Duplicate checks avoid redundant data from entering your system, safe versioning tracks your terms history and release control makes sure terms are approved before entering the wide world. In case more control is needed user roles can be fitted with permissions to describe the desired terminology process. Another step to increase information quality is to search for and update outdated terms in your system. TLM can be the base for that.
  • The PME has basic localization features for text objects. If you already use the PME, TLM is the perfect addition that can give you reasoning and similarity algorithms with terminological proximity parameters included.