The ETUG 2017 Conference will be held in Nuremberg on June 22/23 at the Holiday Inn Nuremberg City Centre.
If you're interested in becoming a member of ETUG, see how to apply for membership below.
What is ETUG?
The European TRADOS User Group (ETUG) is a forum for users of SDL translation tools, allowing them to meet other users, exchange their experiences with the SDL tools and get to know other users' translation workflows and solutions.
We also intend to use this forum to gather development requests that our members would like to see addressed by SDL. The forum works together with SDL to improve the SDL products in such a way that all users benefit the most.
We hold an annual conference to promote the exchange of information between SDL users. SDL representatives are present throughout the conference, giving members the opportunity to ask questions and obtain information on the newest SDL developments.
All companies or organizations that use SDL translation tools intensively and on a large scale are eligible to become members of the ETUG. As a rule of thumb, this means they should employ server products. Guest speakers are often invited to the annual conference to present new interesting topics that could benefit the ETUG members.
Why Should I Become an ETUG Member?
* Direct contact with SDL product managers* Early access to SDL product roadmap* Requirements list: Ability to influence SDL developments* Excellent forum for exchanging ideas and views* Ability to verify own processes and workflows* Reduce risk on planned purchases by questioning other users’ experience upfront* See how others are using or "abusing" SDL tools* High return on investment
How Can I Become a Member?
If you're interested in becoming an ETUG member, and would like to participate in the next conference, just apply for membership by sending a private message to Laurent Pierret (click here and then select “Send a private message” under the “Connect” button). Your application will be processed as soon as possible by the ETUG Steering Committee.