Category: Language Services Quality

n a previous blog, I defined EN15038, and described it as a way to evaluate translations and language service providers. Now we’ll explore ISO 9001 and ISO 9001 certified translation services. Having ISO 9001 certification is another way for you to know that your language service provider offers quality translations using certified processes and that … Learn More

Hint: if you are in any way unsure, the answer is TWO Are you planning an upcoming meeting, training or short seminar that requires interpreting services? If you are, you may be asking yourself a common question: Do I need one interpreter or two? If you read my hint above, then you have my short … Learn More

I recently spoke with one of our new Project Managers who is currently going through our on-boarding training and I asked him what stood out so far with what he was learning about our translation processes. The thing that he thought was remarkable was the process that a document goes through in translation and the … Learn More

Have you ever been asked to have a back translation and reconciliation done for your forward translationand you weren’t sure what that means or why it was necessary? Back translation and reconciliation services give you additional quality and accuracy assurance for your most sensitive translation and localization projects. Both back translation and reconciliation become important … Learn More