May 16, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Today, at the Association of Language Companies 2012 conference,
Science Applications International Corporation
(SAIC) (NYSE: SAI) and
announced a new machine translation solution incorporating the SAIC Omnifluent Translate™ hybrid machine translator (HMT) within Lingotek's Collaborative Translation Platform™.
The offering's innovative per-word pricing model, available exclusively to Language Service Providers (LSPs), enables access to corporate-level machine translation and workflow management technology on demand.
"This offering leverages the best of both technologies to integrate high quality hybrid machine translation, translation memory and workflow management into a single, collaborative solution," said
, SAIC senior vice president. "It simplifies and accelerates the translation process from end-to-end."
"Language Service Providers are faced with a growing volume, velocity and variety of multilingual content," said
, president and CEO, Lingotek. "Paying per word increases their flexibility, transparency and control."
The solution is available through Software as a Service (SaaS). For more information and to access the solution, visit
SAIC's Omnifluent Translate
Omnifluent Translate™ is the first and only true
hybrid machine technology – combining the fluency of statistical machine translation with the informativeness of rule-based machine translation. The innovative solution can be tailored to each customer's domain including highly nuanced terminology and domain-specific vocabulary. Omnifluent Translate™ and its translation memory are put directly in the customer's control so they can choose the quality and cost of translation necessary.
Lingotek's Collaborative Translation Platform
The Lingotek Collaborative Translation Platform™ gives enterprise business customers new ways to leverage their trusted global communities by providing rapid, accurate translations, in turn fueling cost-conscious growth. We do this by using sophisticated collaborative translation technologies, workflow management, and community collaboration.