Case studies

October 12, 2021

Case study: Translation for GIS training manuals and materials

Executive Summary The client, a Canadian provider of geographic information systems (GIS), periodically updates their software training manuals and other multimedia training content. The updated content then requires translation from English into French for Canadian and European users. As the primary provider of all the […] (Read more...)

September 20, 2021

Case study: Translation for information technology RFPs

IT RFP
Executive Summary The Canadian subsidiary of a global IT business (2020 revenue: $39B) came to Scriptis for translations of requests for proposals from English into French.  This client had previously relied on one of the top five language service providers listed on the Common Sense […] (Read more...)

February 5, 2021

Case study: Medical translation & keyword research

medical device translation
Executive Summary The client, a leading supplier of innovative medical devices for imaging, surgical, and radiation therapy professionals, required translated content to support international sales growth. They came to Scriptis for medical translation and keyword research. Scriptis translated instructions for use (IFUs) and website content […] (Read more...)

March 26, 2021

Case study: translation for a global retail advertising campaign

Executive Summary Scriptis provided translation for a global retail advertising campaign for audio devices. We translated and localized a series of 25 brand headlines for ten different languages. These were Simplified Chinese (for mainland Mandarin speakers), Dutch, Canadian French, European French, German, Italian, Korean, European […] (Read more...)

April 30, 2021

Case study: Linguistic validation of IFUs on a tight deadline

Executive Summary The client, a manufacturer of laser therapy delivery devices, needed three user manuals translated into eight European languages. Devices sold in the European Union need to demonstrate full compliance with EU-MDR regulations. Therefore, translations for labeling and instructions for use (IFUs) require linguistic […] (Read more...)