Translation - English BaserCSM is an open source software developed by PHP. Drupal is a world-famouse CMS and xoops cube is famous in Japan. CMSs such as WordPress and MovalType are also very popular. Although general CMSs have an advantage in the point that they can apply to a variety of websites, they have many less useful functions because they don't have a certain framework.
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If you have a clear purpose, you can introduce a CMS specified to that purpose. Using BaserCMS you can develop a corporate website with ease. In spite of that you can customize it easily because it adopts plug-in functions and CakePHP as a framework.
You can mainly manage the information such as users, news, pages, inquiries and feeds using BaserCMS.
This is designed especially for corporate sites. In addition you can add a blog, indicate the location of the company using Google Maps and use other useful functions. You can use not only various database engines but file-based databases such as SQLite and CSV.
As this application has been developed through the long experiences of the developer (Catchup), it can meet most of the requirements of the customers. You can develop websites for some projects and community websites in addition to corporate websites.
English to Japanese: SJ Mercury General field: Bus/Financial Detailed field: Business/Commerce (general)
Source text - English After a long cold winter of slumping share prices and weakened profits, Apple has some good news to celebrate this week. For starters, its stock price has climbed steadily from under $400 a share to a closing price Wednesday of $463.84. And then a Bloomberg News report revealed that Apple’s chief financial officer, Peter Oppenheimer, claimed the top spot for 2012 as highest paid among his corporate numbers-crunching, tax-finagling colleagues.
How much is “top spot” worth? Bloomberg said Oppenheimer earned a $68.6 million package. CEO Tim Cook’s $4.17-million pales by comparison. Hopefully that won’t lead to any awkwardness on their next quarterly-earnings conference call with analysts, which the two men co-host.
Runners-up include Oracle’s financial chief, Safra Catz, who was paid $51.7 million and Google’s Patrick Pichette, who came in third with just $38.7 million.
With “just,” of course, being relative.
As the New York Times’ Brian X. Chen pointed out in a blog post, Oppenheimer was just doing what any self-respecting “tax ninja” would do:
Of course, all corporations do their best to minimize taxes. Apple’s Mr. Oppenheimer has done an exceptional job managing the company’s cash, finding legal ways to side step billions of dollars in taxes, allocating about 70 percent of its profits overseas, where tax rates are often much lower.
Translation - Japanese 株価低迷と利益と減益という長い冬を抜け、Appleには、今週、おめでたいニュースが飛び込んできた。手始めに、株価が堅調に推移し、1株当たり$400以下から水曜日の終値は$463.84に上昇した。また、これを受け、ブルームバーグニュースは、AppleのCFOであるピーター・オッペンハイマーが、同社の計算高い、税金逃れを謀る輩の中でも最も大きな利益を得た人物として2012年の第1位に挙げている。
I had been long developing various systems such as financial management and community web sites as a project manager in Seiko Insturments Inc. So I have a good knowledge about above fields.
I'm now working for CAD/CAM system on weekdays and translate the materials from Japanese to English or vice versa on weekend.
I'm also develping a distance learning system on my own site in order to educate basic subjects such as mathematics, physics and history in English around the world. In this project I'm a project manager, developer and translator at the same time.