When lives are at stake, staying up-to-date is critical. Companies in the life sciences industry know this fact all too well. Finding a translation vendor that shares this desire to stay ahead of the curve can sometimes be a challenge. Clio Schils, vice president of global life sciences at Sajan, shares three vital characteristics that translation vendors must have if they focus heavily on the life sciences industry.
If you’re planning to roll out your website in new markets, I would guess speed is a major factor. Because, of course, we’re talking about how quickly you can start realizing greater revenue from your website, the digital door to the world of customers out there.
You’ve got a few choices when it comes to how you translate your website. But there’s a way to get high speed and high quality: translation proxy technology.
Here are my top five ways this automation-enabled method puts your company on the fast track to a multilingual website. Without sacrificing quality. read more…
When it comes to translating and localizing content for your company, quality should be a priority. It’s important to make sure the translation vendor you choose stays up to date with recognized quality standards.
With e-commerce sales worldwide predicted to reach $2.356 trillion by 2018 (eMarketer), it’s a safe bet that website translation will top more companies’ priority lists. If this is the case for you, I’d like to make you aware of a simpler approach to website translation in the form of website proxy technology.
Now I’ll talk about the top three reasons why this technology can be your multilingual website’s best friend (or rather, yours). Oh, and by the way: While I’m focusing on e-commerce sites today, keep in mind that it’s a great fit for other types of websites as well. read more…
As many of you already know, today is the illustrious Friday the 13th, a day recognized as unlucky by North American and European folks alike. While Americans equate this day with scary movies and hapless happenstance, certain countries deem other days as marked by misfortune.
Take my adopted home country, Spain, for example. It’s actually Tuesday the 13th on which some of us huddle in our houses and refuse to do anything risky. Read more about the day of disrepute in my other blog post.
And this year, we’re faced with the paradoxical situation of having Friday the 13th come right before Valentine’s Day, another significant day that’s recognized in other countries. On that (love) note, let’s explore how a few other countries celebrate the day of amorous ardor.
Our vice president of professional services Jeff Kent loves efficiency-boosting technology so much, he agreed to tackle a few frequently asked questions we get about our website translation proxy solution, SiteSync.
- [Video] 3 critical characteristics of life sciences translation vendors February 26, 2015
- 5 ways translation proxy delivers fast website translation February 24, 2015
- [Video] 10 questions on translation quality assurance – Part 2 February 19, 2015
- Sajan Inc Announces Record Results for Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2014 February 19, 2015
- 3 reasons why website proxy technology suits e-commerce sites February 17, 2015