NZTC awards SDL Studio user

NZTC awards SDL Studio user


NZTC awards SDL Studio user licence at Christchurch conference

A very successful annual conference of the New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters (see report from John Jamieson on this blog) was rounded off with the presentation by conference sponsor NZTC International of a user licence kindly provided by SDL for their SDL Trados Studio 2019 translation memory software (aka CAT tool), which also included a license for SDL’s new BaccS software to help translators manage their translation jobs, quotes and invoicing. 

The Conference, held in Christchurch in early June, was titled Multiculturalism and Multimodality. The topic of CAT tools, Machine Translation and other technological advances within the T&I industry had a rather low profile at this conference, despite being something that all translators are having to come to terms with, either as regards their own use of such technologies, or in dealing with the broader impact these technologies are having on our work and business environment.

The lucky prizewinner was Mr Yoshi Isoyama, who received the latest version of SDL Trados Studio 2019 with BaccS to assist him in his translation work.

Jessie Jia and Patrick King, both from NZTC, present SDL Studio user licence to Yoshi Isoyama.

Photo by Henry Liu