Terminology work pays off. At some time, companies reach a point where their terminology resembles an overflowing closet: not everything fits, many things are out of date, and some are even defective. This is where Congree's terminology clean-up helps.
"Corporate terminology is a dynamic system. It grows and evolves. It can happen that errors slip in, terms become obsolete at some point, or the company terminology is distributed over several files," says Congree CEO Stefan Kreckwitz. He adds: "Corporate terminology grows and evolves particularly rapidly when people work across departments or companies merge. If terminological stocks are merged, inconsistencies and other problems can quickly arise".
Axel Theofilidis, Language Technology Developer, explains: "We have not yet evaluated any terminology stock that did not contain any misspelled words or typing errors. Our state-of-the-art linguistic analysis methods help to identify errors and inconsistencies. In this way, we support companies on their way to correct, consistent terminology".
By the way: Even if companies are in the process of building up terminology, terminology clean-up is worthwhile. In this way it is ensured that only suitable terms are incorporated into the corporate terminology right from the start.
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