Transactional Translation Reduces Friction in Sourcing
by Donald A. DePalma
April 28, 2010
April 28, 2010

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Web-based alternatives to traditional translation purchasing are appearing with greater frequency, from both mainstream language service providers (LSPs) and from entrepreneurs tailoring their start-up businesses exclusively for e-commerce. Client expectations and demands will increase the capacity and functionality of these portals. Against this backdrop, free translation in various forms – websites, plug-ins, and entire browsers – broaden the accessibility of language services for one and all, especially for the “occasional buyer” of translation.

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