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  • Using machine translation effectively in technical documentation
    on 7. May 2021 in Machine Translation

    Operating instructions, manuals and other technical documents are usually ideal candidates for machine (pre-)translation. There are four ways you can make the most of artificial intelligence and use machine translation (MT) to produce translations of these texts: free tools, Pro versions, self-service portals offered by translation agencies, and outsourcing translations to agencies. We explain when they can work for you, and when they might not.

  • Which file formats are suitable for translation?
    on 6. May 2021 in Buying translations

    Translations are needed in a wide variety of contexts: operating instructions, other machine texts, brochures, websites, sales presentations... the list goes on. Inevitably, these texts will be produced in different file formats – and not all are equally suitable for translation. We explain what you need to look out for and how you can avoid additional costs.

  • How the MDR goes hand in hand with high-quality translations
    on 8. April 2021 in Buying translations

    The MDR imposes strict requirements on medical devices and their documentation, both in the original language and in translation. By entrusting their translations to a certified translation agency specializing in medical technology, manufacturers of medical devices can rest assured that all their documentation will conform to the MDR. We explain how it works, and what you should look out for when choosing your language service provider.

  • Machine translation for technical documents: can it work?
    on 8. April 2021 in Machine Translation

    Irina Höll MA, MSc is a technical translator, interpreter and language engineer. She explains why machine translation (MT) can be both a blessing and a course, how to introduce it and use it for technical documentation, and what you can do to make your texts better suited to MT engines.

  • Using a self-service portal for machine translation
    on 8. April 2021 in Machine Translation

    When businesses have the internal resources for post-editing, they often want to go it alone with machine translation (MT). But which services to use? Free engines are less than ideal, given the problems with data privacy, the quality of the output and the practicalities, so this is where self-service portals come into play. They make it easy to get all documentation machine translated, with no risks and no long-term commitments.

  • Transcreation: more than just a creative translation
    on 9. March 2021 in Buying translations

    Conveying the content of promotional and marketing texts in another language is often called transcreation. The purpose is different from translating technical documentation, but how else does transcreation differ from translation? MEINRAD explains.

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“It’s only thanks to MEINRAD that we can manage our workload” – how MEINRAD’s translation services and technical support benefit MED-EL

MEINRAD has been MED-EL’s translation partner since 2013. But MEINRAD also provides wide-ranging technical support for the medical technology company based in Innsbruck. Find out here how MED-EL and MEINRAD have worked together to develop a workflow which saves time for both parties and delivers the best results. The translation

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“For us, MEINRAD is like another department of our company” – how MEINRAD helps medical technology company MED-EL speak over 40 languages

More than 200,000 people can hear again thanks to MED-EL’s hearing loss solutions – that’s 200,000 people belonging to various nationalities and cultures, and speaking different languages! MEINRAD has been the medical technology company’s translation partner since 2013, helping to supply all these people with the information they need. Doris

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