E.g., 11/14/2019
E.g., 11/14/2019
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$75.00 for Non-Members

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This webinar covers how to improve LSP sales and growth strategies. What strategic components and approaches can you put in place to grow your business?

We discuss the mix of growth strategies available to LSPs and how to:

  1. Develop an approach to optimize your win ratio
  2. Grow new business and existing clients
  3. Improve client retention
  4. Ensure client satisfaction and personal/professional development
  5. Manage LSP revenue growth long term
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While machine translation is now widely used in the language industry, applying MT to specific domains like the life scienes or movie subtitling remains a challenge. The data that is needed for domain-specific training purposes is limited and can be expensive to create.  This webinar explores how knowledge from one domain can be transferred to another domain through the use of a pre-trained word vector model and neural network gates which control the flow of information between domains.

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Localization project managers are critical to any organization’s globalization strategy and to the corporate bottom line. To be successful in these areas, you need translation tools that can support a high-functioning, scalable, and cost-efficient localization network. Access to centralized localization data and multilingual business intelligence tools are paramount for optimizing time, money, and resources.

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Traditionally, localization was concerned with content translation. Users gained access to the same product by choosing a specific language in the user interface, in online help, manuals, etc. These days, digital products that aspire to global success must go beyond presenting standard information in other languages. They need to delight global users by incorporating their cultural context into their products in order to maximize their business goals. In this webinar Pedro Gomez shares his experience building products at Microsoft for maximum global impact.

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Video is a popular, powerful, and flexible medium for conveying information of all sorts. Usage of video is increasing across most industries and it is safe to assume that this audio-visual content will play a central role in the content strategy of a majority of companies. As such, any company with an international customer, employee, or user base must consider and plan for the implication of video on their global affairs, a challenge that also impacts language service providers while providing an opportunity to excel.

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This webinar discusses ten different categories that can introduce geopolitical risk into products and marketing campaigns. These include maps, flags, gestures, clothing, symbols and text. When not properly considered in the content creation process, they can pose high risk to a company. This webinar is targeted towards anybody working in a product or content creation role and will provide attendees with a greater understanding of geopolitical issues related to their companies.

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$75.00 for Non-Members

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At the mobile games development company, Nordeus, localization is an essential part of product development. In this webinar Jasmin Jelača shares his insights about how localization can be integrated into the product development cycle starting with strategic product planning and how the localization team can best collaborate with the different product stakeholders to ensure a product that is optimized for the different markets.

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Defining the best RFP criteria and aligning them with company needs and requirements is not an easy task. Buyers of documentation and translation services often repeat the same RFP questions, in spite of changing company objectives and competitive landscapes. Some stay with their vendors, despite diminishing ROI. This webinar discusses how a fundamental re-evaluation of buyers’ RFP questions, and a reassessment of LSPs’ responses, will help lead to successful partnerships.

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