Don’t hesitate… Integrate!

It’s hard to imagine a translation agency nowadays that doesn’t use at least one CAT tool. It goes without saying how they help businesses reduce costs or improve the quality and consistency of translated text.

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Shaping Your Product by Listening to Your Customer Needs, PART I

When XTRF was still in its infancy, “we knew better” what needed to be done. It’s an attitude shared by almost any startup company.

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XTRF 7 – The Ultimate Sales Tool

How XTRF, and its latest release in particular, will make your salespeople’s lives a whole lot easier.

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The 3 Hottest New Features in XTRF 7 – a PM’s Insight

The release of XTRF 7 is just around the corner, and it brings many improvements, big and small.

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How to Improve Cooperation With Vendors

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Effective Communication With Clients

Language Service Providers usually have a wide range of clients, and there are many ways to categorise them. The clients could be other LSPs/MLVs or end clients (from individual people through business entities to institutions and corporations).

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How to Manage Tiny Repetitive Projects Effectively

Many translation agencies nowadays face the necessity of translating smaller and smaller amounts of text, submitted regularly by their (often strategic) clients.

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Integrating CAT Tools for More XTRF Automations

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Automation of the Translation Process

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How You Sell Makes All the Difference

Clients often look shocked when I tell them I have no price list at a trade show. It intrigues them and they frequently stay for an interesting and fruitful conversation.

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