The need for translation continues to grow as more and more content is being created, and the reach of this content is becoming increasingly global.
Whilst those working within the localisation industry will fully understand the value of translation services, they’ll also be very aware of the desire by their organisation to cut costs in this area. So, as the need for translation rises, how can costs be reduced?
It’s no secret that efficiency in any business can be achieved through smart processes, agile workflows and expedient technology. If you don’t optimise your processes, you’ll never achieve optimal performance – it’s no different for the localisation process.
As direct translation rates are mostly fixed, the pressure to reduce costs often falls upon the nontranslation elements of the overall process. But believe it or not, it is within this space that sizable savings can be made.
Wherever you are in your localisation journey, assessing your processes can help you to move to the next level of localisation maturity.