Recorded: June 9, 2022
Terminology only works effectively if the organization manages to agree on consistent concepts and terms. But to achieve a company-wide understanding and agreement a well thought out process and regular interaction are needed. While some organizations prefer a systematic process, others react to ad hoc requests, some are happy with a combination of both.
- look at the advantages and disadvantages of both approaches and
- share how to set them up in practice
Join us to find out which approach is most suitable for you and your organization, and how you set up a successful process that works for all stakeholders.
Presented by Christian Lang
Christian Lang, Technical Consultant, has a wide range of experience and interests in the language field, proven by his degree in Japanese studies and translation. He first became involved with terminology management as a freelance translator for the European Patent Office. Since then, it has become one of his hobbies, as has research in the field of NLP on topics such as machine translation, automatic term extraction, and concept maps.