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Excellent synergy of TMS and CAT = BaccS + Memsource: Guest post by Jakov Milicevic

July 19, 2018 / by Jared Tabor posted in freelancer, translation company, project management, Translation Management Software, BaacS

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Once upon a time there were two translators, Jelena and Jakov. They decided to set up a boutique translation agency and named it Verbosari. Their goal was to provide a unique experience to clients requiring services in translation and localisation fields.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the beginning, our workflow was quite small since we had just a few clients. However, during the years, our reputation grew owing to our unique professional approach and impeccable quality of our work. It started to reflect in the growth of our business and we needed to do something to boost our efficiency and facilitate the whole process for our clients. We wanted to offer them a unique personalized approach by giving them full monitoring of the process, from the price quote to the final translation. The process is completely transparent and based on 5 steps: direct contact with the translator, a single PM, a personalized customer portal, involvement in the whole process and providing feedback.

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Find translation agencies and companies for your next language project

July 17, 2018 / by Mike Donlin posted in translation company, directory, translation company, directory, business membership, search

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The Translation company and agency directory at ProZ.com is the industry's busiest directory for finding language service companies. Over 50,000 language service providers (LSPs) have a searchable profile in the directory and are searched many times each day. 
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Translation contests: pick the winners in one, submit an entry in the other

July 6, 2018 / by Tatiana posted in freelancer, translator, literary translation, fun, networking, translation contests

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ProZ.com powwows: networking with complements

June 21, 2018 / by Helen Shepelenko posted in professional development, Powwow, fun, events

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Powwows are informal get-togethers of groups of ProZ.com users living in close proximity. The events are organized by local translators, for local translators.

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More than 20,000 industry players have already tried ProZ.com Mobile

June 18, 2018 / by Lucia Leszinsky posted in freelancer, profile, translator, interpreter, directory, translator tools, iOS, Android, mobile, mobile app, jobs, networking, clients

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Since its release in 2016, ProZ.com mobile for Android and iOS has already been installed and tried by more than 20,000 translators, interpreters, clients and others in the language industry --22,792 to be precise!

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Clients are looking for experts - get found!

June 8, 2018 / by Enrique posted in pools, profile, clients

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Pools are specialized groups of screened experts. Each pool gathers different types of professionals depending on the service they offer or the area of the industry they work in.

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Submissions open for the new ProZ.com translation contest

June 5, 2018 / by Tatiana posted in translator, literary translation, fun, translation contests

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A new edition of the ProZ.com translation contests, “The Sounds of Silence”, is on and submissions are open, with a source text in English.

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Post jobs on ProZ.com from within BaccS

May 29, 2018 / by Mike Donlin posted in freelancer, membership, project management, integrations, business membership, jobs

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Are you a translator or team using BaccS business accounting software? The latest release connects the advanced translation project management platform to ProZ.com for job posting.

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Do language professionals need insurance?

May 24, 2018 / by Mike Donlin

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Professionals in many industries need insurance. Construction workers, doctors, and lawyers all carry insurance. Do language professionals need insurance?

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Add PayPal, Skrill and other payment information to your profile

May 24, 2018 / by Mike Donlin posted in freelancer, profile, payments

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When an outsourcer and freelancer meet via ProZ.com and agree to do business, neither side is charged any commissions or fees.

Outsourcers may want to make sure the payment process can be completed and the freelancer is payable. Adding PayPal or Skrill payment information to a profile is one way a translator may show payability. 

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