SDL

SDL is a developer of system tools and productivity software. The current developer portfolio contains 8 programs. The most popular software is SDL Trados Studio 2011 with 615 installations on Windows PC.

Best software by SDL

SDL Trados Studio 2011
SDL Trados Studio 2011
Ultimate desktop translation software.
SDL Trados Studio 2014
SDL Trados Studio 2014
You can create and deliver large translation projects across multiple languages.
SDL MultiTerm 2009
SDL MultiTerm 2009
MultiTerm Desktop is the desktop terminology management tool from SDL.

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Popular programs by SDL

SDL MultiTerm 2009 Convert
SDL MultiTerm 2009 Convert
Converts terminology data to MultiTerm XML format used in importing data.
FREE
SDL Passolo Essential 2011 SP4
SDL Passolo Essential 2011 SP4
It provides one visual environment for software localization.
FREE
SDL MultiTerm 2009 Extract
SDL MultiTerm 2009 Extract
Save time by automatically extracting terms with SDL MultiTerm Extract.
SDL MultiTerm 2009 Widget
SDL MultiTerm 2009 Widget
Is designed to break down the barriers of terminology management.
SDL MultiTerm 2014 Extract
SDL MultiTerm 2014 Extract
Automatically locates and extracts potential monolingual or bilingual terms.