Familiar SAP Pitfalls: What Not To Do During Global Rollouts

August 28, 2017

SAP rollouts cost millions of dollars and can take years to complete.   

Writing for a Global Audience? Read this First.

August 24, 2017

Good writing keeps the reader at the heart of a piece. Whether you're sitting down to write your first blog post, case study, or technical document, it can be easy to get too focused on your own perspective and writing style, and lose sight of…

Back Translations: Friend or Foe?

August 24, 2017

In the translation industry, there are usually unequivocal sentiments surrounding the efficacy of different processes and strategies: Machine Translation is helpful but it’s not perfect; you should always use professional, certified linguists;…

World Humanitarian Day: A Q+A With Translators Without Borders

August 18, 2017

In the developing world, access to adequate healthcare, food, water and other necessities is still a problem that has yet to be solved.

Why It Pays To Localize Your Website

August 17, 2017

There are more than 3.5 billion internet users in the world, and roughly 1.2 billion websites live on the internet.

Four Common Mistakes To Avoid During The Translation Process

August 15, 2017

In many ways, the translation process is like a large, complex game of telephone.

Five Tips For Preparing Technical Documentation For Translation

August 11, 2017

Technical translations might not be thought of as the most glamorous localization projects – IFUs, data sheets, and user manuals aren’t many people’s idea of “exciting.”  

What Is Transcreation? And When Should You Use It?

August 09, 2017

When the now-defunct Braniff Airlines released an ad targeting its Spanish speaking consumers in 1987, it likely couldn’t have gone over any worse.

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