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LiveDocs is one step beyond the conventional idea of translation memories.In this webinar, we will show you how to save time by shifting alignment into the translation work phase.

How to save time by shifting alignment into the translation work phase

How to save costs by organizing translations into a collection of documents instead of a traditional TM

How to enhance quality through leveraging even monolingual documents and binary files

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Kis Balázs - Co-founder at memoQ

Balázs is one of the founders of memoQ, with decades of experience in IT, translation, and natural language processing. He’s got massive experience in collaborative translation and project management.

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