Tag: translation memory

Often when organizations look for language services, price drives their decision, and they award translation projects to the lowest bidder. However, price should not be the only consideration when selecting a language service provider. Sometimes, the lowest cost can result in the worst results including: lack of control, delayed turnaround times, linguistic inconsistencies and prolonged … Learn More

Fuzzy matching is a great way to save both time and money on your translation and localization projects. Fuzzy matching is most useful when you update your translated or localized content on a regular basis. Most of the content you develop is not static, but will undergo regular updates, additions and changes. Updates may be … Learn More

Sometimes we get so close to translation and localization projects we forget that not everyone knows the tools and technology we use. For example, we sometimes find ourselves explaining the difference between Translation Memory and a glossary or terminology database. This blog is dedicated to explaining that difference and the benefits of using both Translation … Learn More