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Language Intelligence helps our customers speak to their customers
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In our most recent blog, we address how not understanding the cultural differences and brand preferences of other countries can significantly skew the data you get back from your international survey: http://ow.ly/d1JM306ew2S
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You, it's fine and well if you have some of the best linguists on the blog to translate your surveys for your international demographics. But even after an impeccable translation, if your survey logic in the foreign-language version of your survey doesn't work, you might have a problem on your hands: http://ow.ly/q9xK306erio
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Do you use Word Docs for your international surveys? If you're a market research, you should definitely check out this blog about using .xml instead. It makes the process a lot easier and a whole lot faster! http://ow.ly/wolB306eqNg
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A couple weeks ago, a handful of our in-house translators began running tests on Machine Translation (MT) as part of a larger implementation strategy. We came to learn a few things, one of which was that you'll always want to human translator to check over your machine-translated outputs. http://ow.ly/FBRR305ALUL
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Your team has been hard at work making your English website the best it can be. You’ve already thought about the basics of internationalizing your site, and you’re ready to get started! There are a lot of options for how to do this, and the choice can be intimidating. One of the most marketed approaches is to use a website translation proxy service. But are proxies all they’re cracked up to be? Project Manager Hannah Chute chimes in.

http://ow.ly/TsaC305ujGo

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Oops, I broke your #software. At least your end users won’t have to now. In Part 3 of our in-depth series on localization, Project Manager Katherine Rucker talks about why validation and display and functionality testing are important during the software localization process.

http://ow.ly/ugx6304nNq8
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In Part 2 of our in-depth series on the software localization process, Localization Project Manager Katherine Rucker explains why it's important to establish a termbase and provide context for your linguists so that you can be sure your translated software is consistent and that it works seamlessly for your international target markets.

http://ow.ly/WUAY304cyQT
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Another #loc_haiku about the localization process. Consistency drives down cost and speeds up turnaround.
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In Part 1 of our series on the software localization process, our Localization Project Manager Katherine Rucker addresses target markets, project specs, and update models.

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http://ow.ly/aQVM303WuXC
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