Unlocking Efficiency: Introducing ISO 639 version 3 Enhanced Language Reference Codes in ScheduleInterpreter®. We're thrilled to share some exciting news with you – an upgraded version of ScheduleInterpreter® is on the horizon, and it's bringing a game-changing feature that will elevate the way you manage your services. Say hello to our enhanced Language Reference Codes!
Simplifying Service Management with Standardized Codes
Gone are the days of manual tracking and complex service management. With the upcoming update, you'll have the option to seamlessly link all your existing and upcoming services to a standardized reference code. This means no more confusion or inefficiencies when it comes to categorizing your services.
A Wealth of Language Options at Your Fingertips
The new reference table boasts an impressive collection of 7,898 entries, covering an extensive array of languages. From widely spoken languages like English and Spanish to more niche languages with lower dispersion, such as Lapaguía-Guivini Zapotec or Yaleba.
Transition Made Effortless
Change can sometimes be daunting, but not with ScheduleInterpreter®. We understand the importance of a smooth transition. That's why all your current services will be automatically reindexed, ensuring complete compatibility with the enhanced reference codes. This means you can embrace the future without any disruptions.
Unifying Language Reporting with REPORT CENTER 2.0
But that's not all – the benefits of our upgraded Language Reference Codes go beyond streamlined service management. They also set the stage for a unified language listing in your operational status report (OSR) and other reports within our cutting-edge REPORT CENTER 2.0. Now, you can access comprehensive language insights with ease.
Are you ready to take your language service management to the next level? Get ready for the enhanced ScheduleInterpreter® experience. Stay tuned for these transformative changes that are bound to make your processes more efficient and accurate than ever before.