Guide to Efficient Translation Management
Efficient translation management can give companies a crucial edge in the marketplace. Learn how to meet growing demands and manage translation efficiently. Specific examples provided by experienced experts will show you what smart translation processes can look like.
Potential for Savings in Translation Processes
In this white paper, you will learn what typically drives translation costs and why it really pays off to turn your attention to these unnecessary financial drains, which can really add up over time. Tap into your potential for savings today!
Efficient Handling of Translation Projects
Ever shorter times to market require faster updates of marketing documents and technical manuals. This white paper describes how enterprises can efficiently plan, manage, and monitor their translation projects with the help of a TMS.
Successfully Translating Marketing Content
Good translations of marketing content are essential to reach the right target groups. This white paper describes how translations can be successfully mastered and how marketing managers can leverage multilingualism to conquer the international market.
Quality Management in Translation Projects
The quality of foreign-language product information promotes the positive external perception of a company. This can only be achieved by making quality management an integral part of all process phases of the content creation. This white paper describes the comprehensive support that modern language technologies can provide in this regard.
Introducing Machine Translation
There is great promise in the use of machine translation. Due to the rapid progress made in the development of neural networks in the field of machine translation, companies are increasingly turning to this technology to increase output and save costs. You should consider a number of different factors before taking the plunge, and we have compiled everything you need to know.
Saving Potential in Technical Documentation
The objective is to ensure easy maintainability, a clear structure, and modular reuse of the technical documentation. In this way, the cost of creation of the documentation and of the subsequent translation can be kept as low as possible. This white paper describes how enterprises can achieve this with the help of software.
Structured System Selection
The selection and introduction of a translation management system (TMS) is a major project that needs to be planned and rolled out carefully. This white paper shows what needs to be taken into consideration when selecting a system and how potential interference factors can be eliminated.
To minimize the associated workload, it would be advisable to keep the translation in mind even while composing the source text. This white paper shows how companies can save time and costs by writing translation-oriented documents and increasing their quality.
in Translation Processes
This white paper describes how enterprises can protect information from manipulation, theft, loss, and unwanted disclosure to unauthorized parties and how data security can be agreed pursuant to the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
in Translation Processes
This white paper describes how systematic processing of complaints in translation processes can improve the quality of the work in the medium run and reduce the risks, which must not be underestimated.
Moving Toward Improved Consistency
Especially for internationally positioned enterprises that operate in multiple languages, terminology management is necessary to minimize translation costs. This white paper describes how enterprises can establish the necessary preconditions in this area.
The Principle of Translation Management Systems
This white paper explains the basic functionality as well as the key modules of a translation management system. It also shows where the potential savings from translation management can be found and how a translation management system can leverage these savings.
How to be Successful in E-Commerce
with the Right Translation
This white paper summarizes what really matters in the context of localization and how software and automation can help the people in charge of web pages, online shops and communication to achieve a global brand perception that suits their overall strategy.