A Concept never Lives alone - DTT Symposion 2016
On 3 - 5 March the 15th DTT Symposion took place in Mannheim. With approximately 160 participants this bi-annual event is probably the largest German speaking conference on terminology. In an exhibition hall several tools and services providers including Coreon presented their offerings. During the three days we've seen a fireworks of arguments why Concept Maps are of benefit. Many presenters confirmed the value of Multilingual Knowledge Systems.
Read Michael Wetzel's complete review of the event on the
Multilingual Knowledge blog
Coreon Newsletter Launched
Today, we've launched the Coreon Newsletter. Our company newsletter informs about recent activities, industry events, newest developments and miscellaneous highlights around Coreon and its partner companies.
and, of course, you are welcome to
to never miss an edition.
Busy Weeks: Tradeshows, Conferences, and even a New Blog!
We are proud to announce the launch of new a blog on
Its first post
“E-Commerce in the Multilingual Digital Single Market”
by our CSO Gudrun Magnusdottir has already been viewed by over a hundred people within the first 48 hours! Don’t miss it and sign up for the blogs to come!
Follow also the accompanying Twitter account:
which already found over 70 followers in just a couple of days.
On Thursday 5th of November our CEO Jochen Hummel is speaking about the “Language of Search” at
Enterprise Search and Discovery in Washington DC,
On the 10-12th of November at the tekom/tcworld 2015 tradeshow in Stuttgart our Managing Director Michael Wetzel will be meeting you in our booth C1/A05. Our CEO Jochen Hummel will also be attending the event, Wednesday 11th of November.
Looking forward to meeting you!
Finding New Business Segments through Big Data
Michael Wetzel, Coreon GmbH and Matthias Heyn, SDL plc look in the recent Q2 2015 GALAxy newsletter at new opportunities for Language Service Providers that arise through the big data revolution.
Michael Wetzel and Matthias Heyn contend that LSPs are in the right place at the right time — they only need the courage to step outside of their “comfort zone” and help clients break down obstacles caused by the new realm of Big Data.
Read the complete