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Once upon a time people spoke the same language - but that was long ago. Nowadays people speak hundreds of languages with unique characters, inflection indicators, and other punctuation marks that make each language different from all others. Prior to the advent of the computer and the breakdown of geographic travel barriers, there was little need to transform information from one language to another. Now we have a truly global information need - one that must to be localized for the particular consumer, and that must take into account the local preferences. For example, is the information read from left to right, right to left, or across or down? Does the information fit the formatting after translation, or does the formatting need to be adjusted? Are proper names inadvertently offensive in a different language? These are just some of the issues that occur when we... (more)

BEA World 2006: BEA Introduces AquaLogic BPM Collaboration Edition

"Traditional BPM often focuses on automating what can be automated, but struggles to address the more dynamic process challenges that require deeper context and collaborative work between process participants," said Mark Carges (pictured), executive vice president at BEA, as BEA has introduced a new integrated solution that designed to transcend the boundaries of traditional business process management (BPM) by supporting more contextual and collaborative process needs:  AquaLogic BPM Collaboration Edition.  "This type of business process is difficult to address with a single syst... (more)