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Does Third-Party Linguistic Review Make Sense?
by Arle Lommel
January 27, 2017
January 27, 2017

 
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Summary
In their quest to ensure that translations meet quality expectations, some buyers of translation services work with third-party organizations to obtain linguistic reviews of content. This step is meant to assure them that content meets legal or business requirements, but comes at a cost. While CSA Research does not recommend this approach in standard workflows, we do find that third-party linguistic review does add value in specific use cases. In this brief, we: 1) define third-party review; 2) discuss the method’s pros and cons; 3) review cases where it may be required; 4) explore alternatives for cases where it is not well suited; and 5) provide implementation tips.

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