March 2008

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  • No Global ECM without EMCM

    EMCMI attended the ECM pre-conference training session this week at the AIIM conference in Boston to learn about the latest ECM practices that address today’s global companies’ growing needs.

  • The case for FIGS Languages

    2007 GDPIn the translation and localization industry, FIGS is an acronym used to reference French, Italian, German and Spanish. Translations from English into FIGS constitute a large percentage of the localization work that takes place in the USA. Unlike Asian, Cyrillic or Middle-Eastern languages, FIGS languages are based on the Roman alphabet. This is why most computing operating systems, software applications and printers that handle English can effectively deal with FIGS requirements with minimal issues.