GPI Enhances Translation and Multilingual Desktop Publishing with New Adobe Certifications
Globalization Partners International (GPI), a leading provider of document, software and website translation services announced today its desktop publishing team has achieved two key Adobe Certified Expert Certifications for Adobe Acrobat and InDesig
March 11, 2014 (Newswire.com) -
GPI enhances Multilingual Desktop Publishing Services
Globalization Partners International (GPI), a leading provider of document, software and website translation services announced today its desktop publishing team has achieved two key Adobe Certified Expert Certifications for Adobe Acrobat and InDesign.
"Achieving these certifications demonstrates our ongoing commitment to our clients and Adobe to provide expertise in a range of multilingual desktop publishing services (DTP)," says Martin Spethman, Managing Partner, GPI. "From consulting on best practice workflows using Adobe Acrobat, FrameMaker and InDesign to the creation of multilingual e-books, manuals, menus and brochures, we are saving our clients time and money authoring and publishing their global content."
GPI's desktop publishing services include:
Adobe InDesign Desktop Publishing and Translation
Adobe FrameMaker Publishing and Translation
XML/DITA Training and Consulting
Adobe Acrobat Publishing and Translation
Adobe Photoshop Publishing and Translation
Adobe RoboHelp Publishing and Translation
Adobe Captivate Publishing and Translation
E-Book Translation Services
"Our DTP specialists routinely work with Adobe applications in Arabic, Chinese and Spanish as well as many other languages. We will continue to stay current on best practices with all Adobe desktop publishing applications in order to help our clients execute on their global content strategies," says Andrea Yang, GPI's Director of Documentation Globalization. "Certified Adobe application expertise enhances our ability to help our clients create, localize and publish multilingual eLearning, promotional and a range of global content for their worldwide communication needs."