Morse B104
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Monterey, CA 93940
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Quality management is often considered to be a necessary evil, costing companies money, slowing down localization, and requiring extra work and resources. This presentation dispels the 5 most common myths about localization quality management and shows how a well thought-out quality management strategy and a well developed quality assurance program can save costs, speed up the translation time, and increase customer satisfaction, thus increasing the company’s revenue across all global markets.

Sponsored by:
Graduate School of Translation, Interpretation, and Language Education

Contact Organizer

Max Troyer
mtroyer@miis.edu