Three Metrics for Legal Operations Choosing a Translation and Localization Partner

Practicing law means meeting clients where they are in life. And in a nation where nearly 60 million US residents speak a language other than English at home, being able to communicate [...]
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Three Factors Manufacturing Operations Should Consider When Choosing a Translation and Localization Provider

Manufacturing and selling in today’s market is often an international endeavor. Sellers looking to expand their capabilities overseas and infiltrate new markets will need to partner with a [...]
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Don’t Let Your Translation Provider Be the Weak Link in Your Cybersecurity Plan

Your organization’s security is important – it can have an effect on whether you remain FDA and HIPAA compliant and whether your ideas and business plans stay yours only.
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Working with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community | The Importance of Certified Trained Interpreters

Approximately one million people in the US are functionally deaf, and nearly 10 million people are hard of hearing. What does that mean for your organization? 
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Three Ways Voiance’s Phone Interpretation For BPOs Can  Benefit Your Organization

BPO providers offering contact center support handle hundreds or thousands of phone calls a day on for their clients. And with nearly 60 million US residents preferring a language other [...]
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Are You Getting Your Money's Worth With Your Language Services Provider?

There are third-party expenses for running any business, such as telecom, electricity, and language services. But that doesn’t mean that you should consider these vendors as just another [...]
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Three Reasons Professional Translation and Localization For Video Game Development Matters

Video games are all about immersion. You can have the most compelling story line, beautifully rendered graphics, and well-crafted characters - but all that authenticity can easily fall [...]
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The Business Case for Supporting Non-English Speaking Customers In-Language

Contact center leadership considering professional interpretation and translation services sometimes ask us whether the investment is worthwhile. We created our E-book, The Business Case [...]
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Voiance: Quick Connections to Qualified Interpreters for State and Local Agencies

State and local agencies understand the need for language interpretation and document translation: They need to communicate with all residents, not just those who can read English and speak [...]
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How Adapting to Changing Demographics Can Boost Business

  Does your business provide multilingual support?
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