On March 23nd, 2017, Yamagata Europe is attending the first Belgian Elia Exchange (EE) Forum. The event is taking place at the University of Antwerp. Elia Exchange is an initiative that aims at bridging the gap between the academic and business worlds. Present at the Antwerp Forum will be Geert Benoit, CEO at Yamagata Europe.
Ms. Accou from Yamagata Europe will be taking part in a panel discussion on the future of translation quality at the Across LSP Day in Cologne.
We’re happy to sponsor The Japan-Square Film Festival once again. This Japanese film festival is held from March 22 until March 26th in the Studio Skoop cinema in our hometown Ghent.
Yamagata Europe has joined SDL’s partnership program as an associate partner to further benefit from SDL’s technology and solution expertise.
In many companies, big or small, different departments all have their own ways of putting content together. Very often, these departments are hardly communicating with each other, which results in lots of duplicated content and lots of confused customers. If you recognize this in your company, then you probably have entered the content silo trap. The way out of this trap is long and hard, but not impossible.
I was inspired to write this blog post by a visit to a partner company of Yamagata Europe. One of the directors talked to me about the main problem of their particular industry: the inability to attract and hire young and dynamic people. Here are five reasons why this doesn’t seem to be an issue for the translation industry.
We wish everyone good luck and good fortune in the year of the rooster.
Companies that are outsourcing critical business processes; it’s no longer a taboo. In fact, business process outsourcing has become commonplace for many back-end and front-end processes. But did you know that your company can also outsource its entire technical documentation management process? And – spoiler alert – that Yamagata Europe can help you with that?
Ms. Accou from Yamagata Europe will be taking part in a panel discussion on the changing landscape in quality management at the TAUS Roundtable Vienna 2017.
It’s very easy to get lost in today’s file format jungle: Word files, txt, spreadsheets, presentations, pdf, image files… The list seems to be endless. But what then is the right file format to send to your translator? How can you make sure your translator does not waste time with cumbersome file conversions? Or even better: how can you avoid extra conversion costs? Here are a few tips.
Expanding internationally is the dream of many an ambitious company. But with growing international success comes increasing marketing and localization spending. If your company does not have unlimited budgets (which is true for practically every company we know), and if you want to keep your translation spend under control, then it might be a good idea to ask yourself the following questions.
Not so long ago, if you wanted to figure out how a product worked, the only thing to do was to weed through a lengthy printed technical manual. Today, we have other options as well, of which video is probably the most promising one.