CSOFT International Ltd., a leading provider of multilingual localization, testing, and software development services for the global market, announced today the official launch of the TermWiki Toolbar for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.
Online PR News – 03-November-2010 – – Beijing, China ( onlineprnews ) November 3, 2010 - CSOFT International Ltd., a leading provider of multilingual localization, testing, and software development services for the global market, announced today the official launch of the TermWiki Toolbar for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.
The TermWiki Toolbar is a free download that adds a TermWiki search box directly into web browsers, enabling users to perform powerful terminology and definition searches based on industry, subject matter and language, regardless of the site they’re currently viewing. The Toolbar also includes advanced features that make browsing terms, finding definitions and sharing glossaries more efficient. For more information about the TermWiki Toolbar, please visit http://www.termwiki.com/toolbar.
TermWiki.com, the fast growing terminology portal and online dictionary for all major industries and languages, allows users to search, post, translate and share terms and definitions using a 3-dimensional data structure for better accuracy, efficiency, and interconnectivity.
The Toolbar, which can be installed in minutes, enables instant look-up of terms, definitions, and translations for specific industries, languages, and products; it also simplifies the process of sharing terms and translations into just a few mouse clicks. As a complementary tool for the TermWiki platform itself, the TermWiki Toolbar also includes multiple quick-links to functions regularly employed by TermWiki.com users.
The TermWiki Toolbar is the first in the world to support 3-dimentional search™, a bleeding-edge internet search capability developed by CSOFT, which enables users to find information they need with precision. Until now, it’s been a major challenge for users to accurately search for information they need, as data on the internet is mostly flat and unstructured. This is one reason why most search engines today yield thousands of search results, among which only a small fraction is pertinent to the searched term. To put more power back in the hands of internet users, TermWiki’s search function is a concept-based system that focuses on targeted content within specific industries in specific languages. As a result, the system enables users to perform searches with pin-point accuracy, and also find related linguistic and conceptual information with just a few clicks.
“We are very excited about the potential of the 3-dimensional search technology, as it promises a whole new level of search engine performance,” commented Carl Yao, the Global Technology Strategist behind the TermWiki platform. “That’s the overall concept behind TermWiki: We want to provide an intuitive platform that delivers as much relevant information as possible. No wasting time, no sifting through inapplicable data. This toolbar is the first step in an overall strategy to make language technology useful again—and to extend the functionality of our tools beyond the language services, translation, and localization industries.”
To download TermWiki Toolbar, please visit http://www.termwiki.com/toolbar.
CSOFT International is the world’s leading provider of multilingual localization, testing and language technology solutions. Recognized as one of the Top 35 Language Service Providers worldwide, CSOFT delivers quality-driven localization and language solutions with fanatical customer service, ISO-certified processes, and an award-winning multinational leadership team.