(PRWEB) April 21, 2005
Any company that wants to go global needs good translators. Yet finding the right translation agency is often a confusing and intimidating process, full of jargon, hidden costs, and complex quotes. And with more than 3,500 translation agencies around the world today, trying to select the right agency can leave executives feeling more confused than confident.
Now in its third edition, "The Savvy Client's Guide to Translation Agencies" is bigger and better than ever. Highlights of the 2005 edition include:
- 70 translation agency profiles
- 10 questions to ask before selecting a translation agency
- How to manage translation for the US Hispanic market
- Translation agency trends and innovations
- What you need to know before taking your Web site global
"We felt the translation industry needed a little translation of its own," said John Yunker, president of Byte Level Research. "Over the years, hundreds of companies ranging from GE to Nextel have relied on this guide to help them select the right agency and save money along the way."
Translation agencies do not pay to be included in this guide, making it a truly objective resource. In addition, agencies are segmented by size, location, and specialty to help executives generate "short lists" of potential candidates, saving hours of research.
For more information, please visit: http://www.bytelevel.com/reports/savvy/2005.html.
Free Guide for the Media
Members of the media may request a complimentary copy of "The Savvy Client's Guide to Translation Agencies." Please contact Annie Blaise at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760.317.2001.
About Byte Level Research
Byte Level Research, headquartered in Escondido, California, is the worldÂs leading authority on Web and content globalization. Serving many of the worldÂs leading multinationals and their vendors, Byte Level has pioneered a number of Web globalization best practices. Clients have included Intel, John Deere, TRADOS, and Lionbridge. John Yunker, president of Byte Level, is author of "Beyond Borders: Web Globalization Strategies."
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