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XTRF Blog post - Vendor Workload
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Streamline vendor management with Vendor Workload functionality

Have you heard about our new XTRF feature – Vendor Workload? Do you want to find out more about how it works and how it can help you in your daily work?

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Communication challenges
in the localization industry
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Communication challenges
in the localization industry

There are so many different mediums for communicating with your clients, vendors, and among your own team. But more choice doesn’t necessarily make things easier. In fact, it can even present a challenge in and of itself. Using a combination of these tools can negatively affect efficiency, security, confidentiality, business continuity, and your ability to have oversight. XTRF can help streamline your communications, bringing together all the information you, your clients, and your vendors need to know through our reliable and secure platform.

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Effective communication
with clients
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Effective communication
with clients

Language Service Providers usually have a wide range of clients, and there are many ways to categorize them. Clients could be other LSPs/MLVs or end clients (from individual people through to business entities, institutions, and corporations). Depending on the revenue they bring, they could be categorized as small, big or even strategic. Some clients request services regularly, others only occasionally.

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Everyday Risk Management
– data and business continuity
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Everyday Risk Management
– data and business continuity

Most people we meet, having little IT experience, think that any IT outage or incident wouldn’t have a major impact on their business. They often believe that doing backups will get them back up and running in no time, but in reality, it’s not enough. In fact, business continuity relies upon several operational layers, any one of which could fail at a particular point in time.

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