GlobalVision Announces Free gvAccess Webinar

Learn how to initiate, track and manage localization and translation projects online.

Westborough, MA (PRWEB) September 19, 2007 -- GlobalVision International, Inc., a specialist in localization and translation services, announced today the début of the gvAccess webinar. The webinar helps GlobalVision's current and prospective clients learn about the benefits that gvAccess offers to initiate, track and communicate requirements for localization and translation projects. Users can download a datasheet and register online to schedule a one-on-one 30-min webinar at their convenience on

Earlier this year GlobalVision released gvAccess, the company's localization and translation management portal. After a brief pilot period, the company's entire localization and translation projects have transitioned to it. Feedback from clients that used it has been phenomenal.

The webinar shows how easy it is to:

• Initiate a new project online

• Preview all active projects with their latest status

• Create notes and communicate project requirements online

• Manage terminology database online

• Add users for secure access

"With gvAccess, project information is securely put at the fingertips of our clients 24/7," said Nabil Freij, President of GlobalVision. "The free gvAccess webinar will show how transparent the localization process can be when powerful online technology is used."

GlobalVision announced last month the début of its company blog. The most recent blog titled "Are you spending too much on AdWords?" covers the benefits of localizing Google AdWords campaigns. You can read it at

About GlobalVision International

GlobalVision is a full translation and localization solution provider to industries involved in information technology, medical, manufacturing, business, consumer and media. GlobalVision is equipped with experts who can convert products, literature and websites from and into all commercial languages. Visit us at or request a free estimate at


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