Usually when I’m lurking around the World Wide Web – which is 24/7 – I get involved with content originally written in English. Which is why I make search queries in English, even though it’s not my mother tongue. It’s not so much due to a lack of content in my first language, but rather […]
Over the past 12 months, we launched the new website, we were ranked among top 20 Southern Europe’s largest LSPs, we received the fourth Employer Partner Certificate, we traveled the world and we also produced some content. 2017 is a wrap and here are the top 5 posts most liked, read and/or shared by our readers.
Every year, the Employer Partner Certificate is awarded to employers who manage to meet the rigid criteria for quality human resources management. The efficient balancing of the employer’s and employees’ satisfaction is visible in their partnership, which is continuously built and strengthened. Owing to our hard work and effort, constant improvement and development of business […]
Another exciting year is coming to a close and we thank you for staying with us for another 365 days.
The task of language professionals is essentially the same across industries and can always be summarized as helping companies and organizations communicate their messages to the target audiences, partners and clients. In this article we take a look at what medical translators need to know to make this communication possible in the vast and the diverse world of life sciences.
Your Tasks: Taking part in organization of complex projects and development of language solutions. Daily cooperation with project managers. Mentorship and introduction of new translators. Monitoring and rating of translator’s work. Suggesting required training for translators. Continuous work with translators / development of their skills. Process and procedures development. Daily work in specialized professional software. […]
Pharmaceutical and medical industries are the two biggest players in the life sciences sector who frequently launch and sell their products on the global markets. Of course, to do so, they need to approach each of these markets with the utmost care. We are all their customers and we all have different healthcare needs and desires.
Ines Ivelja was Ciklopea’s in-house translators for several years before starting her own translation business. This is her story.
Hot on the heels of our article on machine translation, it’s now time to discuss computer-assisted translation or CAT.
Once when I was a kid, I was passing by a car wash which had the big written sign “Machine washing and polishing” with a friend who asked me, all amazed, “Wow, they have machines to wash the cars?!” And the guy who worked there heard him and replied, mildly disappointed “Do I look like a machine to you?” We did not expect that, but he, indeed, was still a human being. Same goes with machine translation (MT).