Our consultancy service can help you choose the best combination of language services with certainty. We’ll take the stress and guesswork out of the process by going through how you currently deal with translations, and come up with ways to save you time, money, and stress.
In a word: honesty. Even though we have 30+ years and 200,000+ orders worth of experience in resolving and avoiding problems in the translation process, it’s our personalized approach to your projects that makes us unique. We sit down with you and come up with ways to help you succeed, and not overpaying for language services is a big part of that. That’s right – we recommend the services you need to get the most out of your translations, nothing more and nothing less.
Our consultation services don’t stop with service selection. Changing the ways you organize and process your internal documents can also greatly influence how effective the translation process is. For instance, if your source documents don’t all conform to the same style rules, the resulting translations can end up requiring a lot more editing before they are ready to be published. We can help you develop a unified system to streamline the process and free up a lot of your time to focus on other things.
Unifying the terminology and style of your documentation.
Choosing the right tools for managing that documentation (e.g., a content management system).
Training the people in charge of your documentation to use the most helpful copywriting tools.
Selecting translation software that works best for you (we work with 15 different programs on a regular basis).
Choosing the most suitable quality assurance (QA) tools for checking the quality of your translations.
Teaching your employees how to properly update your documentation.
We’ll make sure that translations no longer feel like a chore. Instead, they’ll be quick and easy and a job you enjoy dealing with.
Many companies these days put a lot of emphasis on “price per translation”. In most cases, this leads to a lot of problems down the line because it neglects the overall process. Setting up an effective system at the outset can save employees time and money in the long term.