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7 REASONS WHY YOUR MEDICAL TRANSLATION PARTNER MAY NOT BE HIPAA-COMPLIANT



How carefully have you screened your Language Services Provider? And how carefully have they screened themselves? As we mentioned several months ago, medical translation can be complicated. To begin with, your company needs to make sure your Localization Services Provider (LSP) is scalable. Can they handle the complexities of large, multilingual medical projects with tight deadlines?  How […]

BACK TRANSLATION CAN TIE YOU IN KNOTS



BACK TRANSLATION CAN TIE YOU IN KNOTS Your new localization provider has just delivered the translation you requested. It’s been through a standard translation, editing and proofing (TEP) process involving multiple linguists, but you’re uneasy. Your product is about to ship or your ad is going nationwide, and you want to check the translation one […]

When Millimeters Matter – Easy, Preventative Measures For Better Medical Translations



From years of experience, we know that to ensure a quality translation, it is absolutely critical for our clients to provide us with proper reference materials.

No Room for Mistakes in Legal & Medical Interpreting


Posted by MediaLocate | Blog, Certifications, Interpretation, Legal, Medical Translations, Translation | No Comments May 10th, 2016


MISTAKES IN LEGAL & MEDICAL INTERPRETING An Interpretation Challenge: A legal deposition is an incredibly important piece of evidence that serves as testimony by an expert, eyewitness, or other individual with knowledge relevant to your case. As the world becomes smaller and the global economy continues growing, more and more depositions are being done of […]

ITAR – Translation in the Defense Sector



ITAR – PUTTING SAFETY AND SECURITY FIRST You can never be too safe in this technologically advanced age.  Therefore, making sure your language provider is in compliance with federal defense regulations is very important to your company. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are designed to control and limit access to specific kinds of […]

e-Discovery: Tapping into the Unknown



e-Discovery: Tapping into the Unknown. The fundamental purpose of e-Discovery is to coordinate, organize and structure vast amounts of documents, emails, call records, transcripts, contracts and other legal materials into collections for easier reference and analysis. Much of this documentation may be in different languages, and characters that are used in one language may be […]

4 Reasons Your Global Market Strategy May Backfire



– 4 Reasons Your Global Market Strategy May Backfire – We all know the drill: Go big or go home. You need to go big to get big and that means taking your company, products, and services to new markets. You can’t just stay at home and expect to become a worldwide sensation – you […]

Global Marketing 2014 — Pt. 2 — Smart Regulatory Compliance


Posted by MediaLocate | Global Branding, Global Marketing Strategy, Legal, Local Markets, Uncategorized | No Comments February 19th, 2014


If you want to sell your products internationally, you need to keep tabs on the latest regulations and developments in each of your target markets.

Caution: The True Costs and Traps of Distributor Translations



Deciding to use distributor translations when marketing in a foreign country can turn out to be a trap that is hard to escape.

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Before Your Company “Sails the Seven Seas”…

October 6, 2017

Before Your Company “Sails the Seven Seas,” Consider These Essential ”Seven Cs”: Seven Core Components of a Successful Global Product Launch Effective website, product or media globalization goes well beyond translation of your English content. In order to compete in the global market place, globalization services must address the needs of target locales, while concurrently […]

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