• February 3, 2015

Cloudwords Releases Cloudwords for WordPress

Cloudwords, a provider of cloud-based translation management and automation, announced a new native integration capability built for WordPress, the content management system (CMS) used by nearly a quarter of all Web sites.

Through Cloudwords' latest integration, organizations can connect their WordPress sites in minutes to Cloudwords' platform.

Similar to Cloudwords' integrations with other Web content management systems, including Sitecore, Drupal, Oracle WebCenter, and Adobe Experience Manager, customers use Cloudwords' cloud-based, end-to-end platform to manage the entire localization process of their digital content by selecting the sites and pages in WordPress they want translated. Cloudwords sends the content to their preferred translation providers for localization, and once finalized, Cloudwords returns the translated pages back to the correct WordPress templates.

In addition, Cloudwords for WordPress customers benefit from Cloudwords' workflow automation capabilities, including automatic change detection that keeps all language sites up to date, enhanced visibility into project status, and improved collaboration across departments, teams, and vendors. Further, Cloudwords offers complete multilingual asset management, including One translation memory, multilingual glossaries and style guides, OneReview translation review capability, and reporting and analytics to monitor translation spend and usage.

"Just as WordPress made Web site creation and site management more accessible to more companies, allowing them to keep up with the demand for ever-increasing amounts of content, Cloudwords makes it easier to get all that content translated into all the languages target audiences speak. Now, as more companies recognize the value of localized sites to reach global audiences and drive new growth for their company, they realize that reducing the time and effort it takes to get sites and Web content translated is critical. Without a time-saving, fully automated localization process, you risk lagging behind the competition," said Scott Yancey, CEO and co-founder of Cloudwords, in a statement. "As a leading content management system, WordPress is used by organizations around the world. By introducing Cloudwords for WordPress, we're enabling companies to easily create and deliver world-ready sites without sacrificing time to market."

Cloudwords also recently announced translation and localization capabilities for digital marketing content in Marketo and Oracle Eloqua.


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