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Create

TermWiki Pro (TWP) allows you to define, review, translate, approve, and monitor your terms, all in an easy-to-use wiki platform. Meet your own terminology management needs by generating terminology reports, customizing attributes, and defining specialized workflows.

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Collaborate

Quality terminology management requires effective collaboration among your staff in product R&D, technical documentation, translation & localization, sales & marketing, and legal departments. TermWiki Pro provides a robust collaborative environment so your knowledge workers can work together efficiently.

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Control

Using TermWiki Pro you can track changes, manage user permissions, protect your terminology contents, and more. TWP lets you manage your multilingual terminology in a secure and globally accessible cloud-based platform with confidence and certainty.

Terminology Mining and Glossary Development

Businesses understand the importance of terminology management but are often puzzled about how to get started. Compiling the initial list of terms and then defining and translating it all take considerable know-how and human resources. As a result, the task gets put on a waiting list until the next crisis involving terminology errors arises. TermWiki Pro takes the pain out of enterprise terminology management by offering automatic term extraction from your legacy content complemented by human review with our subject matter experts.

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Definition, Translation and Continuous Maintenance

Never leave your terminology without definitions. Doing so invites translation errors due to misinterpretation and potential lawsuits due to misuse of your product. However, we understand defining and translating terms are not a trivial undertaking. This is why TermWiki Pro has introduced a professional service so our experts are able to help you define and translate terms. We will also keep track of any terminology changes so you can concentrate on your product and market development.

Say What You Do & Do What You Say

As part of the ISO 9001 requirements, you must do what you say you’ll do. When it comes to terminology management, you must use the terminology data in your authoring and translation work to ensure consistency and quality. Fortunately, TermWiki Pro supports 3rd party API calls, TBX, and other term exchanges to help your writers and translators look up terms in real time so your contents remain consistent across all documents and languages.

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Why TermWiki Pro Is The Best Terminology Management System In The World.

We live in a “wiki” world where large-scale collaboration is not only possible—it’s often the best solution. Effective enterprise terminology management is a highly collaborative process among people in R&D, marketing, sales, documentation, HR, legal, and external partners such as translation and localization suppliers. The complexity of managing such a diverse team of people across drastically different functions and geo-locations using conventional hierarchical structure is becoming next to impossible. TermWiki Pro provides a seamless solution for your global staff to collaborate smarter and faster with a centrally accessible networked environment.

SOLUTIONS BY INDUSTRY

Ensure consistent branding and superior customer experience in every language.

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Life Sciences

Don’t leave your company at risk by not properly managing product terminology.

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Manufacturing

Why terminology work plays an important role in product safety and quality.

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Oil & Gas

Provide your multinational staff operating in remote locations with instant access to equipment terminology.

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Food industry

Show me the paper trail! Are all the words on your food packaging/ labeling approved for use?

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Software Localization

Centralizing your software UI stings for better quality translation and faster time to market.

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Legal

Having nightmare Markman hearings? Protect your patents with accurate and traceable terminology definitions.