Computer-aided translations, our best ally to reduce lead times and costs.
Computer-Aided Translation (CAT) is a form of translation where the professional translator uses software applications specifically developed to facilitate, speed up and improve the translation process in terms of lead times and costs.
CAT systems also allow us to split jobs between a number of translators without jeopardising the use of uniform, specialised and consistent terminology for all multilingual documentation, through the use of translation memories and the drafting of glossaries.
SOGET was one of the first companies in the sector to have used Computer-Aided Translation technologies based on the use of translation memories for the management of multilingual documentation. In this regard, Soget has distinguished itself on the market for its ability to exploit this technology’s full potential, creating truly successful case histories.
Our CAT solutions also extend to the translation of AutoCad drawings, which we import and translate through the use of specific software, and to the internationalisation and localisation of software, websites and multimedia content, which we manage by working directly with the programming languages.