Luigi Muzii, founding member and associate at sQuid, takes a look at the criteria for establishing clear and exhaustive requirements for post editing machine translation (PEMT) jobs. Learn how to develop a fair and reasonable compensation scheme in advance in order to avoid potential confusion or dissatisfaction among customers and potential post-editors.
AKA "il barbaro", Luigi Muzii is a founding member and associate at sQuid. He has been working in the language industry since 1982 as a translator, localizer, technical writer and consultant. He spent 12 years in several departments of a major Italian telecommunications company, and two years in a broadcasting service company. In 2002 he started his own consulting firm to act as an information design and delivery consultant.