Updated: 29 / 05 / 2020
info_outline General Info
|Country of Origin:||Germany|
|Deployment model||doneOn premises|
InterpretBank is a knowledge and terminology system tailored for professional interpreters. It bundles terminology extraction, ASR, machine learning in order to support interpreters during the preparation of their assignment and during interpreting. It is a Desktop application for Windows and macOS and has several cloud-based features. The company is a spin-off of a research project at the University of Mainz. The project started in 2014, but the company took form in 2018.
A user can get translation suggestions in 2 ways. They differ in the way the user interacts with the tool and the resources available. Read more in the documentation: http://www.interpretbank.com/docs/docs-page.html#section-4.
For cloud glossaries, it is possible to give read-only or read&write access rights to glossaries.
Freelance desktop installations are single-user.
The number of fields in the glossary is fixed, but the label can be defined by the user.
InterpretBank offers free trial, as well as a yearly subscription and perpetual license
|User management||check_circle Supported|
|Term Approval Workflow||do_not_disturb_on Not Supported|
|Term History||check_circle Supported|
|Custom Fields||do_not_disturb_on Not Supported|
|Term extraction||check_circle Supported|
|Live suggestions from termbase||check_circle Supported|
|Multilingual terms||check_circle Supported|
|Forbidden terms||do_not_disturb_on Not Supported|
|Term Discussions||do_not_disturb_on Not Supported|
|Term Relations||do_not_disturb_on Not Supported|
|Morphology||offline_pin Partially Supported|
|Media support||do_not_disturb_on Not Supported|