The world is getting smaller, and tools like social media have made it possible to connect with people all over the world. However, language barriers continue to present obstacles. Human translation is the gold standard for communication between cultures, but it isn’t practical for every interaction. Fortunately, advances in machine translation and neural machine translation offer effective solutions for certain situations.
Language translation services are a key part of building a globally-connected world. Businesses that choose to grow internationally often utilize language translation so parties across borders can overcome language barriers and do business effectively.
One realm in which translation has become particularly important is the manufacturing industry. Language translation in manufacturing helps companies be better able to take advantage of business opportunities in a global market. Here are some of the key ways that language translation plays into the success of businesses in the field of manufacturing.
We are proud to announce that the evaluation process and certification audit were successfully completed and that Dynamic Language continues to be an ISO 9001 compliant business!
Dynamic Language recently attained a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of +71, an indication of the high esteem that customers have for the business. This achievement puts Dynamic in the "world class" category. The score was based on results from our semi-annual translation client satisfaction survey.
Elementary school teachers are often concerned that their young students are entering the classroom without enough of an understanding, respect, and tolerance for cultural differences. Many people believe that lessons taught on the importance of diversity at the primary grade level in America will create awareness, and help foster a lasting respect for multiculturalism. Respect and knowledge of others’ diversity lends itself to a well-rounded education, and eventually, to more well-rounded people.
Topics: Education Industry
With June already in full swing, it is difficult not to contemplate the meaning of summer. At Dynamic Language, we cannot resist using cross-cultural and cross-linguistic comparison to analyze the origins of summer in different languages.
Going global is usually a worthy endeavor, but it does bring with it some challenges. If you are interested in taking your business global, it is crucial you have a plan in place to address some of the main hurdles you will need to overcome to succeed. We've outlined 8 main challenges for companies going global that will help prepare you for global expansion.
1. The Physical Distance
Although you may have the Internet and telephones to communicate overseas, nothing is quite the same as being there in person to talk to your prospects and your distribution partners, not to mention costs related to freight, logistics and shipping. At some point, you will have to figure out the costs involved in doing business “long distance” in the regions where you want to expand.
Multilingualism is increasing in the United States and there are no signs of it slowing down. In fact, one in five American residents primarily speak a language other than English at home. In sheer numbers, this is a 94 percent increase since 1990, and a 32 percent increase since 2010. Chinese, Spanish, and Arabic speakers are the fastest growing groups in the United States, and the number of French speakers is increasing dramatically worldwide – particular on the continent of Africa.