Translation Businesses: How to Respond to Price Pressure

Has it occured to you that although you closed a lot of projects and gone through a tremendous amount of work, at the end of the day the financial results

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The Three Pillars of Adaptive Project Management

Project Management in Translation and Localization businessesis becoming more and more challenging. That is due to a wide range of factors, most of them driven by increasing competition and evolving market requirements. Buyers are asking for a diversified approach to quality, making the “one size fits all” approach unsustainable.

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6 Tips for Translation Agencies to Nurture Relationships With Customers

Many things have already been written on the specific aspects of business relationship with your customers – but let’s focus here on aspects specific only the translation and localization industry.

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7 Ways for Project Managers to Nurture Your Relationships With Vendors

We all know that business is about relationships between producers and consumers, between owners and workers, between office co-workers, departments, delivery guys, and cafeteria staff. But the translation industry relies on a specific type of relationship since translation itself it is as much a science as an art.

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In Project Management Flexibility Is Not Disorder… When You Have the Right Tools

“A temporary endeavour undertaken to create a unique product or service”- this is definition of project management according to “Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge”. To be on

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7 reasons why you should be using a Translation Management System

A perfect modern translation business is a constantly evolving target. You want to excel in your job, but the pressure is steadily mounting and you feel that you are fighting a losing battle against deadlines, margins, and requirements.

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