Every day, hundreds of millions of hours of videos are consumed by over a billion users around the world. From how-to videos to product reviews, consumers are using videos as their go-to source for their informational and entertainment needs. It’s no surprise that the popularity of videos has grown exponentially in recent years with […]

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Placing 21st out of 100, Ubiqus has again earned recognition as a global language services leader, in CSA Research’s annual report of top industry providers. Through ongoing primary research, in-house systems development, contributions to the neural machine translation itelligence community, a dedicated workforce, and new translation firm acquisitions, Ubiqus holds strong to an upward trajectory. Full […]

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  Panel discussions can be challenging when you need to engage an audience and keep the panelists on topic. Moderators have the task of keeping time and abiding by the structured format, sometimes sacrificing a Q&A (question and answer) session to prevent the meeting from exceeding the allotted time. Omitting a Q&A session is a […]

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In Slator’s second annual language service provider (LSP) index, Ubiqus ranks 18th in the “Leaders Group” among 30 premier LSPs internationally. Launched in 2018 in response to market trends and reader demand, Slator’s Language Service Provider Index paints a picture of industry health through a representative selection of providers that demonstrated model growth in 2017 […]

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The beginning of a new year is a great time for reflection, so we took stock of the articles that resonated most with our readers in 2018. Garnering more than 21,000 readers over the past year, these 5 articles were the most popular on the Ubiqus USA blog!   1. What to Know When Requesting […]

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"Machine translation (MT) research is hitting record highs, large tech companies are accelerating MT product launches, and even Silicon Valley’s venture capitalists have discovered MT as a potentially lucrative niche," according to industry publisher, Slator.   "While big tech and venture capital make the headlines, the language industry is working behind to scenes to deploy the [...]
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“Senior professionals from across the language industry descended on Switzerland’s largest city for SlatorCon Zurich, the final SlatorCon of 2018. Some 75 industry leaders gathered at the downtown Sheraton Hotel to hear from six speakers whose areas of expertise span big tech, life sciences, investment banking, private equity, language service, and language industry intelligence.” Ubiqus […]

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One of the most challenging and, not to mention, interesting aspects of translation is encountering phrases or words that don’t have an exact counterpart in the target language (the language that you want to translate to). This can happen in text containing cultural references, idiomatic phrases, or words that don’t have an identical meaning in […]

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Making High-Volume Transcription Requirements Easy to Manage. Client A major insurance company specializing in motor vehicle coverage. Objective The client’s call center receives 1,000+ car insurance claims daily. Each phone call is recorded on a digital server, hundreds of which are flagged as potential litigation matters often requiring an added measure of documentation in the […]

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In a new language service provider (LSP) index released by industry publisher, Slator, Ubiqus ranks 17th among 33 leading LSPs internationally. Launched in response to market trends and reader demand, the “Slator 2018 Language Service Provider Index” paints a picture of the industry’s health through a representative selection of suppliers that demonstrated exemplary growth in […]

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Eliminating communication barriers for large multilingual groups. Client A women’s empowerment group within the United Nations Global Compact office, with more than 12,000 stakeholders in over 160 countries. Objective The client’s event is a two-day annual conference uniting more than 1,000 leaders in business, civil society, government, and the United Nations to discuss the economic […]

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