Integración de DMS

Solicite y organice traducciones directamente desde sistemas de gestión documental en línea, como SharePoint, Box y Dropbox.

Si trabaja con sistemas de gestión documental, como SharePoint, Box y Dropbox, puede integrarlos directamente con PureFluent para automatizar la solicitud de traducción y el proceso de entrega. Simplemente, ponga las traducciones en las carpetas correspondientes y PureFluent recopilará automáticamente los nuevos contenidos según el calendario que usted haya fijado.

Las traducciones se llevarán a cabo según el flujo de trabajo establecido, ya sea mediante traducción automática (normalmente con la consiguiente posedición humana) o traductores humanos profesionales, y después se exportarán a su DMS.

Con esta metodología, su DMS actual se convierte en una plataforma de versiones a otros idiomas, que se gestionan según su estrategia de traducción y se benefician de la memoria de traducción, la base de datos y la traducción automática personalizada, vigentes en ese momento.

 

INTEGRAR SU SISTEMA DE GESTIÓN DOCUMENTAL CON PUREFLUENT SIMPLIFICA Y ACELERA EL PROCESO DE TRADUCCIÓN

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