What a year it’s been for RWS Moravia! Between all the excitement of joining RWS, co-publishing 26 episodes of the Globally Speaking podcast, and sponsoring events in Beijing, Singapore and other countries around the world, we had a lot of fun on the blog—exploring all kinds of ideas, from preserving languages of the past to training localizers of[…]
In an ideal world, we could personalize our websites for each of our markets’ unique interests and preferences. But not even the biggest companies have the time or budget to redesign each user experience from scratch. The question is: is it possible to create a global website design (one that serves most users regardless of their location), rather[…]
If you’ve been tuned in to localization technology for the past several decades, you’ve heard about the “revolution” in machine translation (MT). Some industry pundits will tell you that MT can translate anything—fast and for cheap. Others say jobs are in jeopardy because MT’s capabilities have reached parity with human translators.
Globally Speaking is a podcast for localization professionals hosted by localization professionals. The hosts, Michael Stevens and Renato Beninatto, have casual conversations around things they’re passionate about, such as proving the ROI of localization, saving endangered languages and technology such as neural MT. Their guests are prominent[…]
As they look to foreign markets to drive revenues, global enterprises are building up their localization programs. These departments are big—nearly 60% of the revenue of international companies comes from foreign markets—yet universities have been slow to build programs to train people to work in the localization industry. Max Troyer, Program[…]
RWS Moravia believes that our global organization can play a big role in supporting the world community, and one way we do that is through donations to support global non-profits.
It’s that time again, when we’re wrapping up the past year and looking forward to what the new year will bring. The same goes for all of us in the localization industry.
As if it weren’t daunting enough to navigate the dozens of translation management system (TMS) solutions on the market, how do you get stakeholders to identify what’s most important from among their myriad functions and features?
We all prefer the easiest, most straightforward way to get the information we need. For an increasing number of people, that means getting help by talking into a phone or smart speaker rather than sitting down to type. In fact, 25% of people in the US, UK and Canada believe voice search will become the new standard in the next five years, thanks[…]
Enterprises going global are upending the way localization supply chains are managed. To grow their business and support customers, they need localization to happen at higher speeds and larger volumes—and this will only intensify as the world demands more and more content in their native languages.