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Is Traditional Linguistic Validation Still the Way to Go?
by Hélène Pielmeier
December 16, 2013
December 16, 2013

 
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Summary
With an increasing number of languages and volumes of content to support, the conventional translation validation process is bursting at the seams. In-country or third-party reviews – often called client language reviews by vendors – are notorious for causing delays and other challenges for all parties involved. Is there a better way to ensure that suppliers deliver acceptable quality levels? This brief covers 1) what validating a vendor’s work entails, 2) the typical process steps and formats, 3) best practices, 4) how to resolve linguistic disputes, and 5) the bottom line on whether to stick with the traditional linguistic review model. 

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Pages: 17
 

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