Communication

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A step forward in translation project management: Introducing XTRF Chat

A step forward in translation project management: Introducing XTRF Chat 1920 1465 Dominik Radziszowski

There is a new way to connect project managers, translation and localization vendors, customers, and team members.

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How localization can help create an inclusive workplace

How localization can help create an inclusive workplace 1920 1465 Paulina Makles

How can you create a workplace that’s diverse and inclusive? And does the localization industry have a part to play?

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Using a TMS for project communication

Using a TMS for project communication 1920 1465 Mateusz Magdziarz

Translation Management Software can help your PMs and all of your staff communicate effectively, so they can deliver projects successfully.

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Key components of an end-to-end
translation process

Key components of an end-to-end
translation process
1920 1465 Steve Hart

This software should be one centralized system, and provide you with an automated translation workflow, and a view of the bigger picture.

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Communication challenges
in the localization industry

Communication challenges
in the localization industry
1920 1465 Lukasz Kaleta

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

Effective communication
with clients
1920 1465 Boguslaw Reich

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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