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The Missing Piece In Translating Clinical Research Materials

Mladen Stojak 4 months ago
Translating Clinical Research

That dreadful phrase bad translation has two distinct meanings – first, there is the obvious one, a text (or any other material) replete with errors in meaning, style, grammar and orthography and second, the more serious one, including delayed and cancelled product launches, loss of time, resources and energy and, most dreadful of them all, negative representation on a foreign market, which is also the price of a bad translation.

How to prevent it?

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Ciklopea Doors Open Day!

Ciklopea 4 months ago
Doors Open Day

Want to be a part of the language industry? Want to know what we do and learn about our processes? Want to find out about the translators’ challenges and translation technologies? Looking for a job? You can find out about this and more on our Doors Open Day on 11 June at our offices in […]

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The Role of Project Manager in Customer Experience

Martina Ljubičić 5 months ago
Customer Experience - project manager

Since a project manager is a member of the production team, the role of the PM is often too easily associated exclusively with the production part of the service, or “what we deliver”. However, a project manager is equally important in the “how we deliver” part of the operation, in building a positive experience for the customer who works with us.

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Updating Clinical Study Documentation: Translation, Consistency and Quality

Miloš Matović 5 months ago
Updating Clinical Study Documentation: Translation, Consistency and Quality

The amount of textual materials used before, during and after clinical research is often massive and includes a wide range of different types of documents composed by healthcare professionals, legal and financial experts and patients. If any of these documents needs to be updated or changed for any reason, amending and updating the translated version of these documents may be painful and time-consuming.

Luckily, there are processes and technologies designed to make these actions painless.

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