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What Post-Edited Machine Translation Costs
by Donald A. DePalma
March 26, 2013
March 26, 2013

 
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Summary
Post-edited machine translation (PEMT) appeals to buyers who can get good-quality output at a lower price. Language service providers (LSPs) look to PEMT as a way to mitigate rate pressure and accelerate turnaround times. This brief discusses data about post-edited MT from Common Sense Advisory’s survey on translation pricing (see “Trends in Translation Pricing,” Sep12). It includes: 1) the availability of this service from LSPs; 2) how they charge for PEMT; 3) what they charge; 4) who does the work; 5) other MT-related services they offer; and 6) which MT products they use. 

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  • Global Leaders
  • Industry Providers
  • Technology Vendors

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