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E-Book: The Workload and Cost of In-House Website Translation

Tackling website localization with in-house resources quickly drains your team’s bandwidth and budget.

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MotionPoint

October 20, 2017

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If you’re considering using in-house staff to translate your website for global markets, you’re in for a rough time.

Website translation projects are overwhelming for most offsite vendors, much less your in-house staff. For starters, your team lacks the expertise and technology needed to manage the necessary workflows.

To discover the enormous scope and workload of an in-house website translation project, download our new ebook, The Unexpected Pains of Website Translation.

In this free e-book, you’ll learn how in-house website translation projects:

  • Create time-wasting, repetitive workflows
  • Place overwhelming strain on your staff’s time and effort
  • Generate technical and operational complexity, and cost
  • Demand excellent linguistic and cultural fluency

You’ll also discover what to look for in a digital-first agency that can eliminate the effort and expense of translating, deploying and operating multilingual websites.

Last updated on October 20, 2017
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