Get started quickly, switch over easily

Anyone beginning to use translation memory is most likely not starting with a greenfield project: New users have already made considerable investments in the translation of their documents. Users switching over to Transit already have a comprehensive translation memory in their current system, and they would like to keep using that translation memory without restrictions.
Transit supports numerous formats so you can transfer or exchange projects and data from other systems―fully leverage all of your resources right from the start.

Get started quickly: Alignment

You have not used any translation memory system up until now, but you have many translations that you would like to use in Transit: Product fliers in 7 languages, a translated PowerPoint presentation for the trade show in Italy, a Spanish version of the instruction manual for the overseas delivery...
Using its integrated alignment tool, Transit converts your valuable translations into a translation memory that you can start using for translation projects immediately.

Switch over easily: TMX, TBX, & Co

You would like to switch from your current system to Transit without losing the investment you have made in your current translation and terminology data.
Using the standard interfaces to exchange terminology and translation memory, Transit allows you to switch systems without data loss or migration costs.
This makes switching over cost-effective and easy: You will immediately start benefiting from all of the advantages Transit has to offer, and you can even use your current databases.

A multi-pronged approach: XLIFF, SDLPPX & MemoQ

Many users value the powerful functions Transit offers and would like to make use of them in projects from other TM systems.
For this reason, Transit supports a array of exchange formats, including the localization interchange file format XLIFF, SDLPPX/SDLRPX, and MemoQ.