TM looks for distributors in India, elsewhere

MUMBAI:India is one of the countries where TM Systems, an Emmy award winner this year, is looking for international distributors/ sales/ service representatives to add to its key worldwide production markets during the current year.

Global sales of the TM Systems software technology for language translation, dubbing and subtitling will be coordinated from the company's new Los Angeles offices. The company, says TM SYSTEMS VP Worldwide Sales, David L. Gibbar, is looking for seasoned distributors of other professional audio and recording products with an established and developed client base. Key markets targeted include Japan, China, Korea, India, The Middle East, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, South Africa and Canada.

TM SYSTEMS is a 2002 Emmy Award winner for the creation and implementation of the industry's first fully-integrated, non-linear language localization system, offering programmers throughout the globe a first-ever consistent, efficient, integrated, less costly and more timely manner in which to complete all language translation, dubbing and subtitling for feature films, television programming and DVD releases. 

TM SYSTEMS, claims the company, has now become the de facto industry standard, and has revolutionized the entire language localization business. The company has pioneered efforts in eliminating the use of VCRs and videotapes from the translation, dubbing and subtitling process. All elements of language translation, dubbing and subtitling are less costly, take less time to complete, are more efficient, have greater consistency, and are rid of piracy, thanks to TM products, claims the company.

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