Translation Memory

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Translation Agency

Assisting financial and legal firms extend their message to a global audience.

Financial and legal translation agency for asset managers and other fund industry actors, banks, insurance professionals, law firms, Big Four, and more.

Translation agency

Communicating to all your clients, in their own language, in a way that makes sense. 

Creative and corporate translation agency for sectors such as automotive, high-tech, lifestyle, fashion, publishing, tourism, and more.

Translation Agency

Innovating in Translation Management Softwares & Machine Translation.

Language technologies aimed at making the management of multilingual content easier by investing in software development and automated translation.

The power of translation memory in modern translation processes

In today's fast-paced, globalised world, the demand for accurate and consistent translations has never been higher. Enter translation memory, a revolutionary tool that's reshaping the landscape of professional translation.

What is translation memory?

At its core, translation memory is a linguistic database that stores segments of text as "translation units" in both the source and target languages. These units can be sentences, paragraphs, or even just phrases. The primary goal? To revolutionise the translation process by ensuring that once a segment has been translated, it doesn't need to be translated again. This not only guarantees consistency but also speeds up the translation of similar or repetitive content.

Benefits of using translation memory

Consistency in translations

In industries like finance and law, where precision is compulsory, even minor inconsistencies can lead to significant misunderstandings. Holding a translation memory ensures that terms and phrases are translated uniformly across large projects, maintaining the integrity and clarity of the content.

Time and cost efficiency

Every business aims to optimise operations and reduce costs. With a translation memory, translators can leverage previously translated segments, speeding up the translation process significantly. This efficiency means reduced costs for businesses and faster time-to-market for translated materials. It is also a serious asset for the client: as well as saving time, the client is also saving money, because the repeated segments or words are invoiced for a lower price.

Leveraging previous translations

Imagine translating a 100-page document, only to find that 30 pages are nearly identical to a previously translated project. With translation memory, there's no need to retranslate those 30 pages. The system automatically suggests matches from the memory, ensuring both accuracy and efficiency.

Peter & Clark's adoption of translation memory

Peter & Clark, always at the forefront of translation innovation, have seamlessly integrated translation memory into their processes.

Integration with iTMS

Peter & Clark's iTMS platform stands out in the industry, not just for its comprehensive project management capabilities but also for its adept use of translation memory databases. This integration ensures that clients receive translations that are high-quality, consistent with existing translations, and cost-effective.

Ensuring quality and precision

For Peter & Clark, quality is non-negotiable. The use of translation memory complements their commitment to excellence, ensuring that translations aren't just fast, but also accurate and consistent. It's this dedication to quality that has solidified our reputation in the translation industry.

Why invest in translation memory?

In the competitive global market, businesses are always looking for ways to gain an edge. Investing in translation memory technology offers several strategic advantages and Peter & Clark understands it very well.

  • It ensures client’s documentation consistency across multiple languages, which is crucial for company recognition and trust.
  • It speeds up the time-to-market for products and services, giving partners and clients a head start over competitors.
  • In the long run, translation memory systems result in significant cost savings. By reducing the need for repetitive translations and minimising errors, clients can allocate resources more efficiently. In essence, translation memory is not just a tool for translators; it's a strategic asset for global businesses too.

Incorporating these aspects, businesses and translators alike can better appreciate the depth and breadth of the impact that translation memory systems have on the industry. With such tools at their disposal, the future of global business communication looks more streamlined and effective than ever before.

Real-world applications of translation memory

Financial and legal translations

In sectors where terminology is both specific and crucial, translation memory is a game-changer. Whether it's a financial report or a legal document, consistency and accuracy are paramount. Translation memory ensures that terms are translated uniformly, reducing the risk of costly errors or misunderstandings.

Multilingual content management

If you own a business operating in multiple countries, managing content in various languages can be a daunting task. Translation memory streamlines this process, ensuring that brand messaging remains consistent across different languages and regions.

The Future of translation memory

As technology continues to advancedevelop, so will the capabilities of translation memory. We can expect even more sophisticated algorithms, better integration with other tools, and perhaps even real-time collaborative features. One thing is certain: translation memory is here to stay, and its impact on the world of translation will only grow.

Translation memory is more than just a tool; it's a paradigm shift in the world of professional translation. For businesses looking to expand globally, it offers a strategic advantage that's hard to ignore. And with industry leaders like Peter & Clark championing its use, the future of translation looks brighter than ever.

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