Deja Vu

News and comment where CAT tool Deja Vu is mentioned. Pangeanic is the developer of machine translation system PangeaMT, which can interface successfully with CAT tools like Deja Vu. Pangeanic was the first among all the translation companies in the world to apply academic research open source Moses translation system commercially. With offices in Tokyo, Shanghai, London and Spain, Pangeanic offers translation solutions to corporations and business that need to communicate globally with efficient translation automation processes.

The Little PangeaMT Engine that could…

A story of The Little Engine That Could inspired a lot of kids and adults around the world back in the days and still continues to do so … It was the little blue engine that was the star of the day and not the fancy and extravagant train engines because she had the right attitude in wanting to help others! Lessons learned: you don’t have to be big and stylish to do great things…you “just” need to believe and work hard…. And be helpful! Others will notice the effort. I arrived at Pangeanic HQ in sunny Valencia, Spain, on my first week of job (I started as a Market Development Director two weeks ago), and I kind of related that story to Pangeanic and its Machine Translation Engine solutions (this play on words with “engine” seems ideal in this situation). A medium size translation company at heart, Pangeanic has […]

Lions for lambs or how Deja Vu can be used for Trados projects… and more

by Manuel Herranz Sometimes one comes across some free advice that solves old problems, throws new light and confirms the fears. As SDL software becomes as ubiquitous in the translation industry as Microsoft in the OS world, it really takes effort and encouragement to yell to the thousands of users (newcomers as well as established corporations) that there are other possibilities out there, away from the forces that drive the markets (and our pockets). We are going to deal with a CAT tool which, in my opinion, does not get the limelight it deserves. Let’s see how Deja Vu can be used for Trados projects. Trados/SDL software has become ever so present in our everyday translating lives (through very powerful and very effective marketing, among other techniques) that it is hardly imaginable why translators and corporations would use anything else unless they were forced to, or unless they were serving direct, […]