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Globalization Management System

Globalization Management System (GMS) is enterprise software applications that provide the infrastructure to control the complex process of adapting, translating and maintaining all of a company's content and information (such as corporate documents, databases, enterprise applications, Web sites, manuals, and more) worldwide. A GMS should meet the challenge of developing, leveraging, and maintaining a multilingual, multinational and multicultural base of enterprise information.






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