Have you ever confused a TMS with a TMS? We bet you did. (Editor’s note: Some on Nimdzi’s team do it all the time.) On paper, TMS stands for Translation Management System. But the localization industry has different ways to define what this name covers.
Technology has continuously transformed language services. The future capacity of companies and individuals to win business and influence the industry depends on having a technological advantage. Locations with hubs of impactful and popular language technologies will attract better talent, create more jobs, and enjoy economic development more than others.
74.2 percent of buyer-side respondents to Nimdzi’s recent survey on the state of NMT replied they have not been working with their partner LSP on piloting the technology for them.
Virtual Interpreting Technology (VIT) is one of the fastest-growing areas in the language industry today.
A recent survey of localization buyers on the use of NMT in their organizations carried out by Nimdzi shows that less than a quarter has implemented the tech.
In a galaxy not too far away, neural machine translation (NMT) has been on everyone’s lips, lauded as the next best thing since… machine translation. While NMT has been around for a number of years now, you could argue the hype (and the expectations) surrounding it are as strong as ever. Or is it? We […]
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.
This report is the result of research conducted gathering data from multiple sources. Surveys and extensive interviews were held with buyer-side localization managers, vendor companies, and third-party industry observers and analysts to provide a comprehensive analysis in this report. For insights from the buyer side, we reached out to companies that are involved in different […]
Today, machines translate more in a day than all human translators on the planet combined translate in a year. As machine translation (MT) becomes more widespread, its uses expand too. You could argue MT has replaced human translators in some scenarios. On the other hand, it also created new ones. The old questions of cost, […]