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Architecture and Globalization

Posted on 5.22.2006

Today at the IQPC Web Site Globalization conference, Idiom, whose technologies optimize the globalization supply chain, will be unveiling a new collaborative industry initiative it is calling “Open Global Web Architecture.” Based on commonly accepted open standards, the goal of the Open Global Web Architecture is to provide a framework for how companies should think about and approach translation and localization in association with Web site development and management.

In his session, “Taking an Open Global Web Architecture Approach to Globalization,” Idiom Founder and CTO Eric Silberstein will address the complex nature of creating and maintaining high quality global Web sites and applications and how the Open Global Web Architecture can help companies of all sizes easily develop and maintain a sophisticated multinational online presence, without years of experience. For more information, visit Idiom’s dedicated resource site,

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