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Ken Nagy

Vice President

Confluent Translations LLC

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Confluent Translations LLC

340 Mansfield Avenue

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15220

United States

Company Description

Confluent Translations was founded in 1992 as NCS Enterprises, and kept that name through most of its history. We changed our name to Confluent Translations in 2010 to more clearly reflect the way we work with customers. No matter the name, the mission remains...more

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News and Events - Confluent Translations - Pittsburgh, PA

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Read Vice President of Confluent Translation, Ken Nagy's blog about MadWorld 2013.


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Ken Nagy, Vice President of Confluent Translations, provides an in-depth look at the MadWorld 2013 learning conference held in April at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, California.


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Ken Nagy, vice president of Confluent Translations will be attending MadCap Software's MadWorld 2013 Worldwide User Conference.


Confluent Translations - Pittsburgh, PA

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Pittsburgh, PA 15220 USA - Ken Nagy, vice president of Confluent Translations will be attending MadCap Software's MadWorld 2013 Worldwide User Conference.
The conference will take place April 7-9, 2013 with over 40 sessions in San Diego, CA at the Hard Rock Hotel. MadCap has assembled a team of speakers from around the globe, including representatives from Caradigm/GE (Microsoft), N-able Technologies, and Blackbaud. Attendees have the opportunity to take part in sessions covering the latest trends and techniques in technical communication. "Having worked with MadCap Flare and Lingo since 2011, I am excited to exchange ideas and build one-on-one relationships with other users," commented Nagy who is also a certified MadCap Flare advanced user. "I am interested in learning about the latest technologies and how they relate to the translation projects we do for our clients." Confluent currently has several clients who send English content created in MadCap Flare for translation into multiple languages with various outputs. Nagy added "With more request for the translations of mobile apps I am especially interested in the advances within the mobile space to see how to adapt and plan for the future."


MadCap - Flare - Lingo - Confluent Translations, Pittsburgh, PA

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"We felt it was invaluable for Ken Nagy to become certified in its use to master the software so we and our customers can take full advantage of the capabilities."
The certification process consisted of a four day training course in MadCap Flare, certification test and submission of a sample project which was reviewed by a Certified Flare user. Upon passing all phases, the MadCap Flare certification was issued. "Taking the training and becoming certified in Flare really allowed me to see the subtle nuances and full capabilities of what Flare can do," said Ken Nagy. "I am well experienced in many software programs, but Flare's content authoring control and flexibility are the best I have seen for output to both online and print targets". "I can see not only how this certification will be of benefit to our clients in their localization needs, but I can also see Flare being of value for us at internally at Confluent," Nagy added.


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