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3 Reasons You Should Listen To Your Global Customers



3 Reasons You Should Listen To Your Global Customers. There is quite a bit of talk in the localization industry these days about reviewing translations in-house and having native speakers judge translation quality. Entire programs are set up around this notion, separate teams are hired and trained, additional pre-release review steps are built into the […]

Sample Translations, aka Pandora’s Box



SAMPLE TRANSLATIONS, AKA PANDORA’S BOX Have you ever sent someone a document and asked for feedback, all the while dreading that they would tear it apart? Well, the same thing can happen with translations. After all, translations are really just another type of written document and everyone can have an opinion. Sometimes, asking people to […]

MediaLocate Releases Drupal Translation Automation Connector



MediaLocate Releases Drupal Translation Automation Connector. Today, MediaLocate launches a new Translation Management Automation (TMA) connector, a module that helps web content and marketing professionals manage translations directly from Drupal. Users are able to select content, request translations and, once the translations are complete, automatically import them into each locale, ready for approval by in-country […]

Machine Translation: Magic, Myth, or Just Plain Math?


Posted by MediaLocate | KantanMT, language localizaiton, machine translation, Translation | No Comments June 18th, 2015


Machine Translation (MT)  explained in layman’s terms. Machine Translation, MT,  is nothing new. Many companies deploy MT as part of their global outreach strategy. However, MT expectations and understanding can vary widely across the industry. So we thought: “Why not put together a series of short, informational videos, explaining machine translation from its basic make-up […]

Global Marketing 2014 — Pt. 3 — Localizing for the Locals



We can’t think of anyone “localizing for the locals” better than the folks over at Pizza Patrón, a $40 million dollar enterprise headquartered in Dallas.

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3 Reasons You Should Listen To Your Global Customers

September 15, 2015

3 Reasons You Should Listen To Your Global Customers. There is quite a bit of talk in the localization industry these days about reviewing translations in-house and having native speakers judge translation quality. Entire programs are set up around this notion, separate teams are hired and trained, additional pre-release review steps are built into the […]

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