If you’re a localization buyer or a language services provider (LSP) and you’ve been around for a while, there is a good chance you’ve been pulled into a request for proposal (RFP) or two.
Nimdzi has gathered responses from over 100 localization decision-makers to understand what are the deciding factors when selecting which language services provider (LSP) to partner with, both on an individual level, as well as what their companies are looking for.
Localization nightmaresTop 7 fears that keep globalization directors up at night Introduction - We wanted to find out what worries language services buyers the most, so we asked one basic question: What keeps you awake at night? We asked this question to over 100 buyers of localization services who work for any number of companies […]
We rank the top LSPs by revenue worldwide. We focus on clinical research organizations, digital marketing agencies, auditors, technical documentation developers, and retailers that have language services business units complementary to their service offering. We examine language specialists and intelligence analysis services for the American military and government contractors that have significant influence on language services […]
MT is here to stay. Forward-thinking linguists, LSPs, and localization buyers are exploring ways that MT can help them increase efficiency, lower costs, and improve quality. But many clients still prefer human translation, regardless of content type. This poses an interesting philosophical question – Are providers ethically obligated to inform their clients when using machine translation? […]