Written by ForeignExchange Translations on Thursday, September 20, 2012
And it's no wonder. As the demand for technical, training, marketing documentation, and product labeling increases, so too does the need to deliver this content more quickly and in more languages. To meet these requirements, drug and device companies are migrating towards structured authoring and CMS that enable the re-use and re-purposing of existing content.
To help medical device and pharmaceutical companies learn about and implement a CMS, ForeignExchange is bringing together device and drug managers for a roundtable discussion on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at The Beach House Restaurant, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, in California. Networking begins at 5:00PM with appetizers and hors d'oeuvres, with dinner and discussions starting at 6:30PM.
The roundtable discussion will be facilitated by CMS experts Paul Mitchell of CMS consultant Chyral and Jason Arnsparger of medical translation expert ForeignExchange Translations. They combine are able to draw on real-world CMS implementation experiences at dozens of companies, including Johnson & Johnson, Caridian, Macy's, American Airlines, Bloomingdales, and AT&T.
Don't miss this event! Registration is required as seating is extremely limited.
If you can't make the roundtable, we can still help you. Take a look at the following resources for more on CMS implementations:
- Case study: DITA implementation for medical translation
- How to prepare a CMS for website translation
- Analytics for multilingual web sites
- Controlled authoring for faster, better, less expensive translations
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