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How to Translate A Website Using Reverse Proxy

The technical aspects of using reverse website translation proxy were explored in the February 2014 issue of php[architecture] Magazine . SWeTE , the open source proxy translation solution, was used as a working example in this featured article.

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By |November 6th, 2014|Industry news|0 Comments

Buy Or Build? – A Technical Manager’s Journey to Add Multilingual Capability for His Clients’ E-commerce Websites

Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Unisync Group Limited is a full service, vertically integrated provider of uniforms, workwear, image apparel and related solutions. With distribution centers in Western and Central Canada, Unisync Group serves many corporate clients and services 30,000+ ship-to locations in North America and numerous locations worldwide.

When presented with an opportunity by Purolator, […]

By |October 29th, 2014|Industry news|0 Comments

Toronto eyes first Yuan currency trading hub in North America

Hot on the heels of a deal inked just last month between the Bank of England and the People’s Bank of China which calls for the setup of a three-year swap line with a maximum value of about US $33 billion between their currencies, Canada’s banks and other players in the financial industry are considering setting up a currency trading hub for China’s Yuan in Toronto. By making an early move, the country is hoping such a first mover advantage would overcome its size disadvantage in the global race for a share of trading in the currency of the world’s second largest economy.

By |August 10th, 2013|Industry news|0 Comments

British Columbia leads country in attracting millionaire immigrants

67% of high net worth British Columbians were either born outside Canada or have at least one parent born outside the country, compares with 48% nationally.

By |July 31st, 2013|Industry news|0 Comments

40% of buyers at Vancouver Boat Show are local Chinese

40% of buyers were local Chinese at this year's Vancouver Boat Show. Many Chinese have the buying power, but not a whole lot of technical knowledge as to how to operate a yacht or what kind of maintenance is required, and having that information available to them in the language they understand is key to closing more sales.

By |March 1st, 2013|Industry news|0 Comments