Uses machine and human translators
PORTLAND, Maine: Certify is becoming multilingual.
The company, which offers online travel and expense management applications, is now offering 64 different languages choices to Certify Enterprise customers.
Companies using Certify Enterprise will be able to select the specific languages available to their end users. Then when the users log on, the interface is translated and presented in the languages of choice. While using Certify, users can flip between languages and change their language preferences. The new translator permission setting grants special access to company language specialists, enabling them to view and modify translations with real-time updating.
The system will rely on both machine translations and the work of human translators to ensure content is both accurate and immediately available.
Along with the linguistic preferences, Certify also allows data, such as dates and currency, to be formatted in ways that reflect the national or cultural preferences of the user.
The applications also handle multiple currencies with automatic, real-time conversion while taking into account factors such as accounting policies and the date of the expense entries.