XTM Advent Calendar Day Twenty One – Making Every Second Count
For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, December 21st is the shortest day of the year. On this Winter Solstice Day, the Earth tilts to its furthest point away from the Sun.
In Britain, it’s been traditional to gather at Stonehenge to celebrate this moment of renewal. For those of us who can’t travel to a landmark location, it’s a good time to reflect on what we’ve accomplished in 2021.
For XTM International, the list is long. Here are a few brief highlights:
Three new releases of XTM Cloud have moved language technology forward, given users greater confidence in process automation and swifter, more accurate results in automated translation.
Seven new releases of XTM Mobile have given users the tools to manage projects while on the move. Project updates can be made and client relationships managed where and when you choose.
The creation of XTM Wish List has underlined our belief that technology providers, however innovative, exist to respond to user needs. This Feature Request Portal, available from XTM On Demand, is giving users the opportunity to make their voices heard by submitting feedback and suggesting new features. XTM Cloud v13, launching in the New Year, will be a showcase for new and improved features that are a direct response to Wish List submissions.
At XTM International we believe in making every second count, and not just on the shortest day of the year. Our 2021 accomplishments are the result of packing as much inventiveness and effort into each working day as we possibly can. That’s the least our users deserve, and we share their optimism for what can be achieved in 2022. From here on the days start getting longer again. It’s a time of renewal. Happy Winter Solstice Day.