School is back in session! In this episode, Michael interviews a panel of localization professors—Max Troyer, Jon Ritzdorf and Jan Grodecki—about how they are preparing students for the future of localization. They discuss how curriculum should both ride the wave of current technology as well as teach students traditional critical skills. Other topics include the […]
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.
Have you ever been to a translation conference with more than 720 participants and 130 speakers? Nimdzi has, and we are glad to share some facts and insights from the event with you. It was the 10th Translation Forum Russia (TFR), a conference that travels throughout Russia together with its attendees.
In part 2 of our series on transcription, our guest is Jason Chicola, founder of Rev.com and Temi.com. He explains his business model of providing both humans and AI to transcribe and subtitle growing volumes of audio and video content for global audiences. He also explains how the technology advancements in localization and transcription are […]
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.
Language services and technology provider SDL announces the launch of a new tool, SDL Content Assistant, taking another step away from traditional translation services towards comprehensive content delivery management. Nimdzi analysts obtained an advanced briefing on this new tool and have performed a preliminary analysis of the features, which we have summarized below. SDL Content […]
In this episode of Globally Speaking, we chat with Margaret Ann Dowling, CEO of Create&Translate.org, about the magazine publishing industry. She explains the current global licensing model for multilingual publication and why it needs to evolve to become more reader-focused. She also talks about the need to create more content that enables collaboration across cultures […]
Internationalization is one of those things that everybody talks about, but few people know how to do it. In this episode of Globally Speaking, we invited Jeff Knorr, Managing Director of Internationalization Labs, to explain to us why we still need to internationalize software in this Unicode world. He also chats about the most common […]
It is estimated that a language dies every two weeks. This means that every two weeks, we lose a part of human history and culture, and a unique view of the world. Languages dying is nothing new, but the rate at which they’re dying is becoming ever more alarming. What’s even more troubling is that […]
The language industry consists of segments that move at different speeds and have different sizes. Companies that specialize in a fast-growing and sizeable vertical can enjoy a steady increase in business. For buyers of language services, it makes sense to select a provider with the appropriate portfolio size in their vertical. Those companies will speak […]