Translation Memory eXchange
Found one file extension association related to Translation Memory eXchange and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Translation Memory eXchange.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Developer: Life Insurance Settlement Association
Translation Memory eXchange
Developer / company: LISA
TMX (Translation Memory eXchange) is the vendor-neutral open XML standard for the exchange of Translation Memory (TM) data created by Computer Aided Translation (CAT) and localization tools. The purpose of TMX is to allow easier exchange of translation memory data between tools and/or translation vendors with little or no loss of critical data during the process. In existence since 1998, TMX is a certifiable standard format. TMX is developed and maintained by OSCAR (Open Standards for Container/Content Allowing Re-use), a LISA Special Interest Group.
TMX offers organizations the following advantages:
- Maximum flexibility to use the best tool or best partner for the job.
- Future proofing against technology changes. With TMX you are not tied to the technology choices of your tools provider. If a tool disappears from the market or changes in ways that you don’t like, you are free to choose another tool and take your TM with you.
- Access to a broader pool of service providers. By using TMX, you can send your TM data to any service provider that uses TMX-compatible tools rather than having to choose only from among those who use a particular tool.
- Control over TM assets. TMX allows you to maintain your own TM assets and control them rather than turning control of valuable assets over to a third party. This means that you have the freedom to resuse those assets when, where, and how you see fit.
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