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Nimdzi’s team of analysts, linguists, consultants, technology geeks, and researchers brings its diverse range of expertise to bear on every project. No matter what your challenge is, our team draws on combined decades of experience to help you succeed in the global marketplace. We provide our clients with the key ingredients to success and help them avoid costly errors that plague their competition.

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    Research is empowering when it’s interpreted by expert analysts. Data can drive you to success when it leads to actionable insights. With Nimdzi’s research, you come away with a plan, not analysis paralysis. Nimdzi Partners get access to the up-to-the-minute primary market research and insights that localization, globalization, and international marketing professionals need to make informed decisions. Our research covers a broad range of topics: buyer behavior reports, vertical reports, the technology landscape, neural machine translation, market size of the translation and interpreting space, software/multimedia/game localization, and much more. Additionally, Partners can use our many tool comparison widgets to compare thousands of parameters across hundreds of tools and connectors. Looking for a taste of what Nimdzi Insights Reports can offer? Check out some of our publically-available Nimdzi content, such as our industry rankings and analytical flagship reports.

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    Market research analysts and consultants are accelerators for your plans. They identify what you may have otherwise missed and should challenge your enthusiasm with a reality check. Whether you’re looking to expand your international programs, fortify your business model, educate yourself on geocultural issues, or enter the merger and acquisition arena, Nimdzi’s team of experts is at your service.

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    Managing and training a team can be overwhelming. That’s why our clients turn to us for help. If you’re looking for training programs focused on sales, program and project management, technology or international business development, you can benefit from Nimdzi’s customized programs that address your unique needs. Our proven track record speaks for itself.

    In addition to training programs and seminars, Nimdzi hosts regular webinars and podcasts, speaks at industry events, and serves on advisory boards for various clients and industry associations.

    Co-founders Renato Beninatto and Tucker Johnson also teach future localization professionals at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, following the framework depicted in their book, The General Theory of the Translation Company.

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    Operating in today’s global marketplace means navigating complex and competing geopolitical and cultural realities with inherent risks. From product labeling issues that incur the wrath of government censors to imagery or messaging that leaves audiences confused or offended, the challenges are many.

    Nimdzi helps you understand the lens through which your international customers view the world—the parameters in your global markets that drive the culture underlying language and communication. Nimdzi offers LSP, enterprise, technology, and government clients customized research ranging from market, geopolitical, cultural and language intelligence to sensitive terminology and image review to content internationalization consulting.

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The Nimdzi Interpreting Index Public  

This is the first Nimdzi Interpreting Index. There has not been a ranking of the top players in interpreting in years and it is a great time to take a closer look at this sector of the language industry because interpreting is becoming more significant and scalable.

The 2019 Nimdzi 100 – Language Services Industry Analysis Public  

An industry standard, The Nimdzi 100 is one of our flagship pieces of content. The report includes a ranking of top LSPs by revenue, a watchlist of up-and-coming companies you should keep an eye for, and a detailed overview of the translation and localization space. Localization buyers, investors, savvy job seekers, and analysts will benefit from this free resource.

Language Technology Atlas 2019 Free to preview  

Nimdzi is always on the lookout for new and improved technology in the localization space. The number of individual products mapped in this one-of-a-kind atlas has increased from over 400 to over 500 in the last year. Let’s have a look at what’s new and what has changed in language technology over the last year.

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Linguistic fillers are the utterances we use during speech that do not have a particular meaning. They are often perceived as not serving any purpose, and as a sign of distractedness, or nervousness. However, there are many reasons for using these seemingly useless phrases and utterances.                   […]

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Detailed view of all functionalities, connectors, and features of the top TBS systems on the market today. Never before has all this information been in one easy-to-compare format.

The Translation Management System Mosaic: Different Colors, Shapes and SizesExclusive for Nimdzi Partners 

TMS stands for Translation Management System. However, there’s no exact standard within the translation and localization industry as to what comprises a TMS. Some providers and users of these solutions are adamant that TMS is a system that has management functionality and does not necessarily have Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT) features. But we call any such technology a Business Management System (BMS) since that’s what it does: it helps manage business operations.

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It comes as little surprise that Life Sciences is a sector firmly on the rise. While access to healthcare is democratizing across the globe, the growing needs of patients go hand in hand with technological advancements transforming the way businesses operate.

Blockchain in the Language Services Industry Public  

Blockchain and bitcoin have been around for more than a decade now, but most of us mortals are still struggling to understand how all this technology comes together, without even considering its implications for the language services industry. Let’s give it a try.

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At Nimdzi, we categorize global readiness into five pillars of intelligence. How do they relate to the geopolitical events of the last year?

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Podcast: From Startup to Localization Powerhouse Public 

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Podcast: Localization in the Evolving Entertainment Industry Public 

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Hearing Loss and Acoustic Shock Public  

Interpreters understand the threat “no voice, no job.” How do hearing loss and acoustic shock affect the profession?

Podcast: Building Distributed Teams for Startups Public 

In this episode of Globally Speaking, we chat with Peter Wang, Founder and CEO of 57Blocks, about his experience as a serial entrepreneur creating startups whose workforce is a distributed team model. He explains best practices for sourcing and managing distributed teams, how to earn their trust and what the hot new markets for talent will be. Plus, he reveals some of his own lessons learned about building products differently for new markets and adapting to the current self-serve software business model.

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Buying Transcreation: Do You Know What You’re Paying For? Public  

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Hearing Loss and Acoustic Shock Public  

Interpreters understand the threat “no voice, no job.” How do hearing loss and acoustic shock affect the profession?

Nordic Translation Industry Forum 2019 – Nimdzi Conference Report Public  

This year, the ninth Nordic Translation Industry Forum (NTIF) was hosted in Gothenburg, Sweden, from November 24 to 26. Over 170 attendees from more than 26 countries traveled to the largest non-capital city in the Nordics to exchange ideas and engage in lively debate and friendly competition. Nimdzi Insights was among the mingling crowd too.

LocWorld 41 in Silicon Valley – Nimdzi Conference Report Public  

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Interpreting Across the Globe: No One Size Fits AllPublic 

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The Nimdzi Interpreting Index Public  

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Subtitling Vertical Videos: Guidelines, Where Art Thou? Public  

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Subtitling for an Inclusive Society Public  

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The Multimedia Localization MarketExclusive for Nimdzi Partners 

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Multimedia localization technology: Part TWO Public  

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Podcast: The Importance of Geoculture in Localization Public 

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Webinar: Continuous Localization Public  

Continuous localization is a way to think localization as an open-ended cycle where content is released for translation, translated and injected back into the build with minimal downtime and in a continuous manner. It effectively does away with jobs, which are replaced by a constant stream of content. In today's webinar, we talk about continuous […]

Webinar: Project management soft skills (part 2)

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Webinar: KPI Dashboards made easy Public  

To make good decisions, program managers need good data. We ALL can have real-time reporting on key performance indicators (KPIs) and service level agreements (SLAs) in order maintain the overall health of our localization programs. Join this webinar to discover some simple (and free) methods you can use to start building your fancy reporting dashboards […]

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