Microsoft intends to purchase a 20 per cent stake in German translation software supplier, Trados, to speed the localisation of its own core offerings. Franz Rau, Microsoft's director of internal tools, said: "Investing in Trados technology will secure our ability to produce high quality localised products in the most cost effective manner." He added that most of the organisations that undertake translation for Microsoft currently use the Trados tools, so the investment would enable the two to work closer together to improve the compatibility of their offerings.
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