Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, January 31, 2006 – MultiCorpora is extremely pleased to welcome Ms. Kara Warburton on its board of directors. Kara Warburton is responsible for defining IBM’s terminology strategy, including tools, processes, and data management.
Her primary goal is to extend the focus of terminology management from a translation-oriented activity to one of content management. She is also a published author and public speaker on the subject. Kara is a Canadian delegate to ISO TC 37, which defines ISO terminology standards, and the head of terminology activities at the Localisation Industry Standards Association (LISA). She holds a Master’s degree in Terminology from Université Laval and has held positions as translator, information developer and university professor.
Mr. Blais, president and CEO, says: “We are thrilled by the addition of Ms. Warburton to the direction of MultiCorpora. Her commitment to the language industry, her experience in technology and at the international level will complement perfectly our director team. Her industry reputation brings a lot of credibility to the vision and the values of MultiCorpora.”
Ms. Warburton commented: “I am pleased to join MultiCorpora because I believe in their solutions and the positive impact they can have on the productivity of the language industry”.
MultiCorpora is the provider of MultiTrans™, a software-based Enterprise Language Management solution that has helped global organizations in over 20 countries to dramatically reduce costs, speed time-to-market and improve legal compliance by enabling them to gain control over the proliferation of written content that is redundant, inconsistent, and inaccurate. It empowers distributed teams of writers, reviewers, and translators to easily find, capture, share and reuse existing text and standardized terminology in one or more languages. MultiTrans is rapidly deployed alone or as an integrated complement to enterprise content or workflow management systems.