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January 6, 2021

Case study: Translation services for clinical trials

translation services for clinical trials
Executive Summary Our client provides software development, consulting, and training for medical and life sciences research. They came to Scriptis requesting translation services for clinical trials. Specifically, training modules for a pharmaceutical trial required translation from English into Japanese. The purpose of the clinical trial was […] (Read more...)

January 8, 2021

Case study: Insurance translation and multilingual desktop publishing

insurance localization
Executive Summary In the US, employer-sponsored health insurance policies must be translated for employees with limited English proficiency. For over fifteen years, Scriptis has provided insurance translation for one of the largest insurers in the United States. The Challenge Scriptis localizes many plan documents on […] (Read more...)

January 8, 2021

Website localization: how to prepare for a successful outcome

website localization
Website localization: how to prepare for a successful outcome Translating your website into multiple languages (or even one language) can be a big undertaking. We strive to make the actual translation process as efficient and carefree as possible. However, the process always goes more smoothly […] (Read more...)

January 8, 2021

What’s the @ sign called?

What’s the @ sign called? Does the symbol @ have a name?  In English, it’s just the boring “at sign,” with an origin in commerce and bookkeeping. However, other languages around the world use much more colorful names to refer to @. Little linguistic details […] (Read more...)

January 6, 2021

Video translation: how to create a localization-friendly source

video translation
Video translation: how to create a localization-friendly source Do you use video to educate and inform your international audiences? According to the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast, the shift to video will continue to accelerate. Video makes up 82% of all website traffic. Currently, YouTube […] (Read more...)