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Why Use Translation Software?

Many large companies around the world have a lot of products or services to offer in different markets. Often times, the content depicting these products needs to be localized—this can become a very difficult task. In my experience, the time and cost required to keep content updated and localized can actually be a significant impediment […]

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What to Expect From a Translations Company?

We’ve already spoken about the relationship that exists between price, quality, and speed when selecting a translation service. In this article, we will analyze in greater detail the variables that affect these three factors. When selecting a professional translation service, the decision to go with a certain provider will mainly depend on the variables of […]

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What Translation-Review Criteria Should a Checklist Include?

As mentioned in previous posts, doing a thorough QA before delivering any translation project is of the essence, and one of the final steps to be followed for any project is the checklist (which is basically a list of items that require a final verification). Every translator/editor should create his or her own checklist to […]

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How to Lower Your Translation Costs

Use of Translation Memories Usually, companies expect to have the final approved version of a document before sending it for translation. What you probably do not realize is that by using a TM (Translation Memory), the translator can start working on the project before it has been officially approved. With a TM, costs and delivery […]

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Decoding the Document Translation Quote Process

Hi, we’re Trusted Translations, a global multilingual language company. We would like to take a couple of minutes to help you decode the document translation quote process. Whether you are new at buying translations or already have some experience with the process, understanding the key elements of a translation quote can help you improve the […]

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