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A Little QA May Save Your Project

As clients rush to get translations in on tight deadlines, we as an account management team, production managers, and translator teams feel the same pressure to get your project completed in the best way possible, as quickly as possible. While some projects do not need to be as exact as others and require a lower […]

“Subtitling” or “Dubbing”

This weekend I watched two very interesting, although very different genre movies. One was the latest action Bond film from the renowned James bond franchise: Skyfall, and the other a drama film directed by Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez: Biutiful. Not only was the content of these films very different but also the lan

Top Secret and Confidential

According to MacMillan Dictionary, a confidentiality agreement, also known as a non-disclosure agreement, is “an agreement in which a person or organization that has important information about the activities of another organization promises not to give it to anyone else.” (http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/

The One-stop Shop for Technical Translations

As a translation company that provides multiple services to all sorts of different companies, organizations, and private clients, it is fundamental for our clients that our translations be specific and precise to the purposes and objectives of the documents. For this reason, it is important to calibrate the technical level

Turnaround time… it’s no joke!

Turnaround time. Is it a farce? You might think so if you believe that the translation industry operates off of machines. But that is not the case. Translations to this day are still heavily dependent on human translators. Why? Because machines just can´t cut it. You can probably testify to this if you have used […]