At the end of March, EVS Translations took part in an Across certification classroom training seminar for translation companies.
Each of the four days covered a different module:
System management: In module 1, the participants learnt how to configure the Across Language Server to ensure smooth and seamless translation management processes.
Project management: In module 2, the participants were given a very detailed guide to project settings and job management.
Translation: On day 3, the participants were introduced to the crossDesk translation environment and learnt more about reviewing translations and maintaining translation memories in Across.
Terminology work: In module 4, the seminar participants learnt all about the crossTerm terminology system as well as how to maintain existing terminology and add new terms.
We sent two participants each day to the Across location in Karlsbad in order to expand and update our current knowledge base. The certificate is official testimony of our competence with Across Language Server v6.3. In addition to EVS Translations, the seminar was attended by two other translation service providers as well as industrial clients. It was especially interesting to learn of the challenges that other Across users face in their day-to-day work.
The four-day seminar itself was preceded by a system check to determine whether Across runs properly on EVS’s translation system. This technical check also established the average volume that can be processed and, in turn, which jobs can be completed.
In the run-up to certification, EVS Translations had already registered on the online portal for the localisation industry crossMarket. This online network is designed to make it easier for language service providers and clients to find each other.
If you are looking for an Across-certified provider for translation services, make EVS Translations your partner of choice. Call today on +1 404-523-5560 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the opportunities of a potential partnership.