technical translation

September 13, 2021

Translation memory cleaning and maintenance

translation memory cleanup
Translation memory cleaning and maintenance Translation memories (TMs) reduce translation costs and turnaround times for frequently updated content. TMs streamline the process by helping identify all new content and auto-filling unchanged translations from prior versions. Who benefits most from translation memories? IT and manufacturing clients […] (Read more...)

March 11, 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...)

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...)

April 13, 2021

Case study: Global employee outreach for a pharmaceutical manufacturer

Executive Summary Our client, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, produces vaccines and pharmaceuticals for human and animal health. In addition to headquarters in Germany, the company also operates subsidiaries and sales offices in Canada, China, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Spain, and […] (Read more...)

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...)