LISA Global Strategies Summit

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General Information
Monday, March 3, 2003 - Thursday, March 6, 2003
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Target Audience:
Academic and Practice
LISA (Localization Industry Standard Association) Foster City, CA
General Phone:
(559) 266-6254
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The Localization Industry Standards Association's 45th international conference will focus on what clients are saying about the costs and benefits of doing business globally. How are clients succeeding in today's global environment? What is their ROI? What role do Open Standards-based systems play? How will the government handle Homeland Security and its impact on technology and language business requirements? The result will be 4 days of dedicated focus on the needs of clients in today's internet world, with special emphasis on how the most successful companies are making global business a priority while integrating business processes across the company and with key partners, suppliers and customers. The program will feature:
Web Services Standards and Internationalization ' Customers define their requirements
Global Content Management ' What is being delivered today and how!
HOMELAND SECURITY Initiatives for Language, Business and Government Agencies
The Tech and International Business Media's perception of Language & Technology

Silicon Valley's Venture Capital outlook for investing in the GILT Industry
Globalizing Customer Support While Expanding Markets and Revenues
Japanese QA ' Quality, Price and Speed
Beyond the Web - Delivering Multilingual Content within the Enterprise
The ROI of Globalization Management Systems (GMS)

a Evaluating Globalization Management Systems
a Internationalization & Localization Testing
a Unicode & Asian Character Sets
a Creating Multilingual Websites
a Managing Localization Projects
a XML Internationalization and Localization
a The ROI of Cost Effective Localization
Speakers, workgroup leaders and invited guests include Autodesk/Discreet Avaya Cisco Canadian Government Translation Bureau Documentum eBay Department of Defense Hewlett-Packard Human Science i18N Inc. IBM FBI Isogen International JD Edwards Joint National Committee for Languages Telelingua International Mercury Interactive Multilingual Translations Oracle Rockwell Automation RWS Group SAP Siebel SDL International STAR Simultrans Veritas Trados Venturi Technology Partners The State Department Language Services The National Institute of Health The World Bank Xerox Global Services A2Zglobal among others

Who Should Attend
C-Level Executives, International Managers, Enterprise Globalization Strategists, Company Directors, Knowledge Managers, Global Web-Development Specialists, Project Managers, and Localization Production Managers from both client and vendor companies seeking to learn more about how to implement language processing standards effectively, efficiently while lowering expenses and providing revenue opportunities.
LISA Global Strategies attendees are decision makers and key suppliers, responsible for global information man