Common Sense Advisory, an independent Massachusetts-based market research company that helps companies profitably grow their international businesses and gain access to new markets and new customers, published an interesting article about FREME on their blog.
After providing a clear picture of the fields in which FREME can brings relevant benefits for business development, the article authored by Donald A. DePalma – Chief Strategist and Founder at Common Sense Advisory – gives a general overview of the FREME project through description of the open framework of e-Services and the composition of the Consortium. It also analyses the integration of FREME with Ocelot, an open source translation editor that Vistatec is using as a backbone for its new Deep Content service.
As Dr. DePalma wrote, with FREME we really look forward to add real value and make cutting-edge research technology accessible to the public and beyond.
The full article is available here.