Technology is in our genes and why we are a trusted translation partner to global companies
McFelder Translations is a specialist technical translation agency and for this reason has always collaborated with some of the most powerful technology brands. Translation requirements can be diverse but the common denominator is that specialist translation knowledge is an essential to accurately translate the technical documentation within this sector.
McFelder only collaborates with native translators with the relevant knowledge to carry out such translations. Each translator is screened to ensure their knowledge and linguistic abilities in the respective sector. Translators who are either qualified engineers or scientists who have worked in the industry or field will have the knowledge and understanding of the specific terminology to competently translate the documentation.
Translation memories (TMs) are created as standard per translation project and per language combination. The TMs are then applied to subsequent translation projects with the specific client. If the translation is edited or modified by the client then these changes are updated in the TM. In this way, any changes made by the client are automatically incorporated into any future assignments.
The TMs are then provided to the translators prior to embarking on the next project. In many cases the client has a specific company terminology which they require to be incorporated into the translations for terminology consistency in all languages.
TMs can be applied to reduce translation costs if the texts contain repeated text segments therefore the client benefits from cost efficiencies and accurate translations. You can read more about our experience in the technology sector here.
Atlas Copco (Vacuum Technique) is one of our many clients from the technical sector who has thoroughly enjoyed our technical translations because of our years of professional experience within the industry.
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