Document localization services are indispensable for companies expanding internationally to reach their global target. However, some documents need more than just translation – they need changes and adaptions to meet the tastes and social norms of the target markets. In other words, these documents need localizing.
TYPES OF DOCUMENTS WE WORK WITH
DOCUMENT LOCALIZATION PROCESS
RECEIVE ORDERS FROM CLIENTS
Source documents are sent to GTE Localize.1
ANALYZE SOURCE FILE
Our team deep analyzes the source files regarding file types, the number of files, volume, deadlines, target format, target audidences, etc.2
CONFIRM WITH CLIENTS
We ask for a confirmation from clients regarding the tone & style, project›s scope, delivery time, and quotation before starting the project.3
PREPARE SOURCE FILES
The source files are converted into suitable CAT tool format for translation tools.4
START THE PROJECT
We make timeline and allocate the most suitable linguists for the project based on the content types.5
TRANSLATE, EDIT, AND PROOFREAD
The documents are translated and localized by a translator and edited and proofread by other linguists.6
FORMAT THE TRANSLATION
Different languages may have different text length after translation. Our desktop publishing operators use photo-imaging software to put together text and graphics in their right places.7
We play the role of an actual audience to check the laid out files to make sure possible errors are eliminated.8
We deliver the translation to the clients.9
We receive the feedback from the clients and make suitable changes as required.10
We deliver the final version of localized document to the clients.11
LANGUAGES WE SERVE
Having a team of top-rated and experienced native translators, GTE Localize provides document localization services for numerous Asian languages with the aim of speedily and cost-effectively meeting your demands
OUR DOCUMENT LOCALIZATION PROJECTS
With years of experience in the localization industry, we have helped hundreds of clients communicate effectively with their partners and target audiences in Asian markets. Below is the list of document localization projects we have completed.
NO. PROJECT NAME INDUSTRY End Client Volume SOURCE TARGET PERIOD PT0024 Administrative Papers and Guidance for the Company’s Employee and Contractors Life-Science, Chemical/Biochemical Westlake Chemical Corporation 41k English Vietnamese 202011 PT0025 Administrative Papers for The Company’s Employee and Contractors Life-Science, Chemical/Biochemical Westlake Chemical Corporation 16k English Vietnamese 202012 205185 Mobile and Website Products Software/Hardware, Software & IT FCS Computer Systems 16.9k English Korean 202005 204215 Website Content for Casio Projectors Marketing Casio 3.6k English Vietnamese 202001 204138 Wine Website Content E-Commerce, Marketing, Retail The Macallan 8.2k English Vietnamese 202001 181640 Yamato Corporation – Website translation Technical, Mechanical/Engineering, Automotive Yamato Corporation <3k English Japanese 201811 180787 ISO Documentation Legal/Law/Contracts Vietinak 23.4k English Vietnamese 201804 170227 Contract Appointing Agent Legal/Law/Contracts DuPont 13k Thai English 201709
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
To have the exact price of a translation project, we take many factors that affect translation costs into consideration:
- Project volume: In most cases, we give the quotation per word or characters. The number of words/characters is the most precise indication for the effort our linguists put into the project.
- Service required: Some translation projects only require Translation Only (TO), others need both Translation and Editing (TE), or Translation + Editing + Proofreading (TEP). The more steps a project need, the higher the rate is.
- Industry expertise: The complexity of the required domain also affects the price of the project. General topics are charged less than high-expertise content.
Our competitive rate for a translation project starts from $0.06/word. Please contact our team for a quotation for your project.
It depends on the volume, content types, required services, and other project-specific factors. In general, our translator metric is 2,500 words per business day for translation projects. In some cases, we assign a translation task for multiple translators to handle, with the capacity of 8,000-10,000 words per day, given it’s a standard Translation and Editing job performed by one translator and one editor. For example, if you have a 10,000-word-English-to-Chinese-project, you can expect to receive the translation in about 1 to 1.5 business days.
To get the exact delivery time for your projects, please contact our support team here.
Step 1: Receive and Analyze the project
Our team receive the request from you and calculate the number of words and analyze the content complexity to give you a quotation with the exact price and estimated turn-around time.
Step 2: Prepare source files
The source files are converted into suitable CAT tool format for translation tools.
Step 3: Start the project
We make a timeline and allocate the most suitable linguists for the project based on the content types. The documents are translated and localized by a translator and edited and proofread by other linguists.
Step 4: Quality Assurance
Our PM team reviews the final translations once again before delivery to make sure possible errors are eliminated.
Step 5: Initial Delivery
We deliver the translation to you.
Step 6: Client Feedback
We receive feedback from the clients and make suitable changes as required.
Step 7: Final Delivery
We deliver the final version of the localized document to the clients.
To assess the quality of our services and experience in the industry, you can access the following resources:
- Our previous translation projects. You can use the filter to find projects that are similar to yours.
- Lists of clients who have worked with us. You can use the filter to find those who are in the same industry as you.
- See the QA and QC process we apply for all translation projects to guarantee the best quality in the process above.
- Request to see our translators’ CVs. We are willing to send you the blind CVs of our translators with related experience. Please contact our team for this information.
- Order a free test. At GTE Localize, we offer you a free test (around 300 words) with our translators so you can evaluate their ability to handle your project.
Yes, all information in your document is safely kept and only used by relevant staffs. GTE Localize is open to signing NDA (Non-disclosure Agreement) to guarantee the confidentiality of all documents from our clients. On our end, all relevant staffs and linguists must sign an NDA with GTE Localize before working on the projects.