• Keeping the Human Touch in Translation Project Management

    Project Manager in Focus: Judit Tüzér and IDEA Institute

    At Albion Languages, we take pride in our project managers. They do the typical project manager tasks, of course, like organising projects, and keeping to deadlines. Yet there is something about them that is special, and our clients seem to notice that too. So, what is it that makes our project managers stand out?

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  • Hungary Truck Festival: powered by localisation

    There are few events more riveting than a motor race. The senses are flooded with the roar of the engines and the screams of the crowd; the smell of burnt tyre on asphalt, and the flash of colour as the cars speed by. The adrenaline rush produced by this controlled chaos is matched only by the excitement of cheering on your favourite driver as the finish line approaches. It is not surprising that the allure of the racetrack transcends all the usual confines of age, nationality and culture. Read more »

  • Embracing Advanced Technologies with XTRF

    Albion Languages is proud to announce the selection of XTRF as its translation management system provider. The configuration process was set in motion on the 9th of August, and the transition to the new system will proceed with extensive training and support from XTRF. The system is expected to “go live” this December.

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  • Translation Internship Offers a Unique Learning Experience

    Translation student Anna Miklósfalvi had an 8-week internship at Albion Languages this summer. In this post, we talk about her experience at Albion and her hopes of becoming a linguist in the future.

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  • Sneak Peek of our Client Photoshoot

    Ever wondered what it would be like to drive a beautiful, roaring, Lamborghini tractor? How would you use a ruby ball stylus? And what is a BabyTherm? These are just a few of the testing questions that our translators come across on a daily basis. Translation in its nature is both challenging and enlightening, and the job relies heavily on having a full understanding of the client’s product. 

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  • Meeting Localisation Leaders at LocWorld Dublin 2016

    The localisation industry is alive and well in the 21st century. We play our part in that by embracing new technologies, from CAT tools to project management programmes. Yet, it is clear that the success of our industry depends on keeping the human touch. Translation agencies, freelancers, tech programmers, and clients all need to work together to develop the position of localisation on the global market.  

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