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How do we help clients succeed in Global? What traits do we look for when advocating global competency and how can we use our leadership in facilitating change?
In our Voice of the Customer research, Translation Accuracy was the highest rated response as to what matters in our client's business relationship. Our business relationships are based on the trust that we have our client's best interests in mind. Not many...
When organizations are feeling the pains of managing some translation processes in-house, what should they consider when making the leap to investing in in-house translation technology? A recent webinar by SDL confirmed that finding the right technology is not the only problem.
How do you charge for translation? Is it by word count, per page, per document? This is a question we get sometimes from new clients and the short answer typically is: it depends on your needs.
For this LSP Maturity blog, we look at Translation Quality Evaluation. We will look at evaluation methods that are being used in our industry. How do high performing organizations define quality? What role does quality play in the translation process? Choosing...
Probably the most asked question when marketing approaches the translation stage is whether a name or image is culturally appropriate, or if it “translates well”.
One aspect of a culture of excellence is to understand the customers you serve and know why they are a great fit.
There are two sides to website translation, the Content Management System (Client) and the Translation Workflow (Language Service Provider, or LSP). To get these systems work together can be a challenge, but software developers have worked on various solutions to eliminate the need for manual processes in website translation.
Organizations don’t always consider the ROI of global communications. It’s often seen as an additional cost. We like to think of it as an investment.
It’s not often that an InDesign file is created with the idea in mind that it will go into another language. But there are common production practices and design concepts that can make localizing (translating) the InDesign file a much smoother process.