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The Linguistic Quality Paradox
by Rebecca Ray, Vijayalaxmi Hegde
May 30, 2012
May 30, 2012

 
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Summary
Language teams, whether on the buyer or supplier side, tend to spend a lot of time and money on linguistic quality. Even so, they are not always in synch with local prospects and customers. The investment in quality is often made at the end of the process through linguistic quality assurance (LQA) programs in the form of multiple in-country reviews (see "Best Practices for Client Review Processes," Oct09). This brief provides guidance on how teams can let go of this downstream process in order to have a much greater impact on quality upstream.

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