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September 22, 2020

What is technical translation?

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What is technical translation? Broadly speaking, technical translation is the translation of materials dealing with scientific and technical subject domains. Or, to put it another way, technical translation requires the use of a technical translator. A qualified technical translator understands the subject matter and specialized terms of […] (Read more...)

September 21, 2020

Foreign language voice-over: what’s involved?

Foreign language voice-over: what’s involved? You’ve prepared a business presentation, an ad campaign, an e-learning module, or a product demonstration video with voice-over, and you need it localized for global audiences. Creating a foreign language voice-over includes: Script translation Voice selection Actual voice recording Delivery […] (Read more...)

September 2, 2020

When should you use automated translation?

When should you use automated translation? Over the past few years, automated translation, also known as “machine translation,” (MT) has become a viable, cost-efficient enhancement to translation workflows. However, human translators remain essential to the translation process. What tools do translators already use? Most professional […] (Read more...)

September 2, 2020

E-Learning translation: how to minimize integration costs

E-Learning translation: how to minimize integration costs Most e-learning clients only think about translation and localization after they’ve already designed a course in English. However, designing with localization in mind saves time and money. Here are issues that instructional designers can address during the development […] (Read more...)

September 1, 2020

Translation for RFPs: how a language partner can help you win

Translation for RFPs: how a language partner can help you win Submitting a foreign language competitive bid?   Professional translation for RFPs can help you win the contract. It’s not unusual for our clients to have already used Google Translate to get a cursory read of […] (Read more...)