Translation quality is, according to a groundbreaking 15 year old translation industry study, the most important criteria for clients’ translation needs ranking in at 98%.
Quality, which is defined as a product or service free of deficiencies, in translation is measured by accuracy i.e. number of errors.
This translation guide has been designed and created by professional Japanese translators to help you get high quality Japanese translations that guarantee the success of your translation projects, every single time.
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- Resist the temptation to do the translation yourself
- Avoid the language department at the local university
- Plan your translation project in advance
- Does it absolutely need to be translated?
- A picture really is worth a thousand words!
- Finalize your content BEFORE engaging professional translation services
- Keep the professional translators up to speed
- Encourage questions from your translators
- Prepare a glossary of terms for the translation service
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About the Author
Ivan Vandermerwe is the CEO of SAECULII YK, Certified Japanese to English Translation experts based in Japan, Tokyo. Visit SAECULII for the latest professional case studies, articles and news on Japanese Translation Services
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