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Following the success of the memoQ Day Tokyo 2018, we are happy to organize another memoQ event on October 29, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.
The goal of this free event is to give an overview of the concepts behind memoQ, show where it differs from other translation solutions, and present how you can speed up your translation process, no matter if you are a freelance translator, or a big enterprise.
Translation companies, enterprises, as well as freelance translators (both beginner and intermediate levels) are very welcome to join us for the memoQ Day.
Please note that you can register for this event free of charge. Registration deadline is October 28, 2019.
We look forward to meeting you in Tokyo!
12:45 Venue open
13:15 Introducing translation work in memoQ (memoQ Ltd., Yo MIURA)
13:30 Hidden treasures in memoQ (memoQ Professional trainer, Angelika ZERFASS)
14:00 Translation processes and analysis reports in memoQ (Word connection, Kaori MYATT)
14:30 Patent translation with memoQ (Cygnapia, Shigeki ITOME)
15:00 Coffee break
15:15 QA settings in memoQ to improve translation quality and efficient usage (ida Corporation, Kentarou TANAKA and Seth JARRETT)
15:45 memoQ x TexTra MT (Kawamura International, Riki IZAWA)
16:15 Introducing Langzy (our new MT portal) (memoQ Ltd., Yo MIURA)
16:25 Introducing memoQ server/cloud (memoQ Ltd., Yo MIURA)
16:45 Coffee break
17:00 Case study from LSP (Honyaku Center, Yuko Chida)
17:30 Introducing Plunet (Plunet + Kawamura International)
(Plunet, Aika MATSUDA and Kawamura International, Hiroshi NAKAYASU)
18:15 Case Study from Enterprise:
Optimizing translation workflow using memoQ and CustomerPortal (JATCO, Kazuyo SUZUKI)
18:45 Case study from gaming: Working with Content connector (Ateam, Mark KUSUME)
19:15 Introducing Japan unit (memoQ Ltd., Yo MIURA)
19:25 Networking party
Please send e-mail to Yo Miura (email@example.com) by 22 October if you can't attend the event. In this case we might be able to transfer your registration to another person.
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