Hailing from the proud land of New Zealand, Erin Strong has been dipping her digital pen into the inky depths of China for four years. From refining teaching curriculums in Hebei, to providing in-depth reviews of hot coffee houses for China's capital city mag the Beijinger, Erin would like to think she's made herself as a tradie wordsmith. Now fronting one of CSOFT's Technical Communication channels, she is honing her craft in the domain of technical communication, striving for accurate, clear, and meaningful communication with every sentence.
Machine Translation (or MT) is the ability of a computer to translate and render one language into another, without human contribution. We look a little deeper into Machine Translations different classification and types.
Digital consumerism is radically tearing down the traditional brick and mortar bargain hunting of the past. Ten years ago, only the bare minimum consumer trends of online shopping, multimedia interactions, and global product accessibility were being realized.
Translation , if done right, is almost unnoticeable. At CSOFT, we strive to bring meaningful communication to anyone, anywhere, in any language. However, when meaning is misdirected, and mistranslation occurs, the resulting message can end up as a quirky clash of cultural differences.
So, you want to go global? Before setting off on new market adventures, be sure your business is fully
prepared with our handy ten point checklist detailing what you must have ready before your entry into new markets: