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Humberto Farrera-Athié

After working in the Information Technology, Software and Localization industry on both sides of the Atlantic since 1995, Humberto has gained extensive expertise and developed a keen interest in internationalization, localization, languages and computer assisted translation tools. As the Localization Solutions manager in SimulTrans Ireland, he provides scalable localization solutions for new and existing clients, as well as continuous technical and process support to clients and managers. Humberto has a bachelors degree in International Relations and a masters degree in Information Technology Systems from the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

Recent Posts

Post-Editing Distance Explained

[fa icon="calendar'] June 29, 2021 / by Humberto Farrera-Athié posted in International Business Strategy, Translation Services

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Post-edit or post-editing distance is the percentage of changes done by a linguist in a text after machine translation has been applied to it, to generate content that complies with the expected level of quality in terms of accuracy, fluency, syntax, and grammar.

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Automate the Translation of your CMS Content

[fa icon="calendar'] June 9, 2020 / by Humberto Farrera-Athié posted in Localization Technology, Website Translation

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SimulTrans can help you to seamlessly automate the localization of your content stored in content management systems, source control repositories and cloud service or marketing automation platforms. Through our expanded affiliation with Memsource, a leading translation memory system platform, SimulTrans has the capacity to integrate to the most popular systems in the market.

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Show me the Source! Save Time and Money by sending Source Files

[fa icon="calendar'] October 14, 2016 / by Humberto Farrera-Athié posted in Documentation Translation

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PDFs are one of the most popular and convenient ways to disseminate information in the increasingly digital world. They can be opened in practically any desktop or mobile environment, and support almost all modern languages.

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