Advanced International Translations

Projetex 3D

Projetex 3D ensures effective translation project management. More than 1000 translation agencies around the world use and trust Projetex....

By Advanced International Translations | Added June 18, 2018

AceProof

AceProof performs translation quality checks in bilingual files. The tool comes with a range of customizable settings that help to...

By Advanced International Translations | Added June 18, 2018

Translation Office 3000 3D

Translation Office 3000 (TO3000) is a translation management software, developed specially for freelance translators. The software...

By Advanced International Translations | Added June 17, 2018

AnyCount

AnyCountâ??the most accurate word-count software and the industry standard, compatible with 37 file formats: Microsoft Office: DOC,...

By Advanced International Translations | Added May 6, 2018

Projetex Translation Agency Workstation

Projetex is Project Management Software for Translation Agencies. It tremendously simplifies task of managing in-house translators...

By Advanced International Translations | Added January 31, 2012

AnyLexic Server: Terminology Management Software

AnyLexic Server is used for sharing a common database of dictionaries within a group on AnyLexic users. Database on AnyLexic Server...

By Advanced International Translations | Added April 7, 2011

AnyLexic

AnyLexic is a terminology Management Software for multiple dictionaries or glossaries. It is designed for easy and convenient terminology...

By Advanced International Translations | Added April 6, 2011

ClipCount: Cut and Paste Word Count

ClipCount is ideal for fast text count in any file or program. Just select text you want to count and press CTRL+C keys (or any other...

By Advanced International Translations | Added February 17, 2006

AnyMini L: Line Count Software

AnyMini L is automatic line count software. It is line count program for all common file formats, which supports .DOC, .RTF, .XLS,...

By Advanced International Translations | Added October 30, 2005