Christian Arno, Lingo24’s President and Founder, and Sergio Penkale, our Head of Machine Translation, discuss common challenges in the translation process.
Translation Memory Software has been around for over 20 years, maybe more, and yet it is crucial in the translation process.
I spent a good while thinking LocWorld (and indeed other translation industry events) were not for Lingo24. Naively, some might even say arrogantly, I thought our business was different from the types of buyers and sellers of translation technology and services who attended LocWorld. We were, after all, a dot com for the translation industry – a disruptor no less!
In the video below, Lingo24’s Christian Arno discusses the challenges of working with various file formats and tackling the in-market review of translated documents.
Christian Arno, Lingo24’s President and Founder, discusses the link between translation at scale and organisations with large product catalogues.
Without being too hackneyed, they are like the proverbial bus – no sign of one since last September and then two come along together at (nearly) the same time.
So it has taken longer than we planned because of a really busy start to the year, our sales kick off in Edinburgh and the early Easter (enough excuses), but at last our first two Journey to Global events of the year are planned and ready to go.
In a recent interview on BBC Radio Scotland, Lingo24’s Founder and President, Christian Arno, explained the reasoning behind opening a new office in Amsterdam and discussed the demand for translation in emerging markets, providing translation services for the e-commerce sector, and investing in translation technology.
At Lingo24, we’re always committed to delivering the highest quality translations and client satisfaction is our top priority. Our focus is on ensuring the below areas are met and the quality and CSat numbers in 2017 are testament that we are doing things right:
One of the main developments for us at Lingo24 over the last couple of years has been our consultancy offering, which we call LocStrat, or Localisation Strategy Assessment.
It sounds very technical and challenging – and it is – but it has real human and business benefits.