Lesson four: How to Deal With Resistance to the Advanced Features of a TMS?

Modern Translation Management Systems (TMS) offer a lot of advanced functionality. Workflow automation is a very good example.

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Want to Bring More Value and Benefits for Your Business?

The webinar focuses on how the newest XTRF 7 release helps: manage vendors to maximise project quality, optimise vendor costs and start projects faster...

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When You’re “too Busy” to Work on Your Business

We all face situations when a need, desire or feeling is met with hesitation. Need to optimize processes to maintain a competitive advantage? YES! Desire to increase your project margins? YES! Feel you could win new clients or grow your business...

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Lesson three: How to Get Creative With Your TMS?

A sophisticated Translation Management System is able to generate many different reports. We already discussed the report on the total value of projects started in a previous lesson.

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How to Improve Cooperation With Vendors

You may also like:How to Optimize Cooperation With Vendors?7 Ways for Project Managers to Nurture Your…Translation Businesses: How to Respond to Price Pressure7 Things You Need to Know for Managing

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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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Do You Need a Cat Tool Expert Within Your Organisation?

Last week I spoke with a translation company managing director who asked me how best to organise their production team.

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Lesson one: The Past and the Future

A Translation Management System (TMS) can provide you with immediate information on your business. More sophisticated TMS tools even provide a range of required reports.

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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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