Choosing a CAT Tool That Best Fits Your Field of Specialization

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101 minutes

Learning Objectives

In this course you will learn:

  • What CAT tools are.
  • What to take into account while choosing your first and second tool.
  • How to compare CAT tools in terms of your specialization.
  • How to establish your CAT tools kit at reasonable price.
  • What other software is required/recommended/helpful to take full advantage of your CAT tool.
  • Description

    Choose your first CAT tool to save time and increase revenues. Consider purchase of another tool to expand the scope of jobs. Joins us and learn multiple tips that will make your choices most relevant to your skills and needs.
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    Cannot make decision on whether to start using CAT tools? Never thought of having another CAT tool? It's definitely time to consider changes.

    You don't have to sacrifice hours to get through numerous descriptions and property tables to get the idea of most popular tools any more.
    In one hour: Learn how CAT tools work
    In one hour: Learn differences between most popular ones in terms of usability for particular fields of specialization, availability of assisting software, computer skills, support, prices.
    In one hour: Learn how to maximize your profits from using CAT tool by applying additional free pieces of software.
    In one hour: Get an overview of various versions of Trados, MemoQ, DejaVu, Idiom, Across, Transit & Passolo.

    Upload Date

    June 20, 2014

    Trainer Bio

    Anna Fitak - Anna Fitak is a freelance technical and software translator and outsourcer. A PhD in social sciences , doctoral student of linguistics and computer engineering. For 5 years she has been giving lectures to MTA students and attendees of numerous translation-related conferences. With over 8-year experience in translation she belongs to teams that provide translation for leading software, electronics and industrial equipment manufacturers. With basically no philological background she successfully established her business on her own. Keen CAT user and computer lover. Enjoys constructing useless electrical devices and learning programming languages.

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