Inconsistent terminology is one of the top challenges of language professionals – and the biggest reason for translation rework.
These are the results of recent surveys done by TermNet (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KFBLZS5) and SDL (http://www.sdltrados.com/landing/lsp/Translation-Technology-Insight.html).
In this joint SDL – TermNet FREE webinar, TermNet Director Gabriele Sauberer will describe ways to help you tackle the topic with your customers. You will learn:
- How to make your clients understand the value of terminology and a terminology professional.
- How to identify the relevant stakeholders for on-boarding meetings to promote terminology.
- How to strengthen your position as a language expert and terminology professional.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 11:00 am CEST (Amsterdaym, Brussels, Vienna) 10:00 am, GMT Summer Time (London, GMT+01:00)
Event number: 271 775 011
Event password: This event does not require a password.
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A recent TermNet survey revealed that 37% of terminology professionals are personally struggling with “my weak position in the organization”, 36% with “recognition as terminology professional”, and 27% are struggling with “lack of appreciation of my work”.
What can we do about these alarming results?
Look and listen to our FREE Webinar held on May 9, from 3pm to 3:45, on “How to strengthen your position as terminology professional in your organization”.
Want to see all the survey results in detail? Have a look at: https://de.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-X7FXFJXG/
Learn more about strategies to open up new resources and raise awareness for terminology management in our FREE webinar on Wednesday, April 12, on 10-11:00 CEST. Download the pdf presentation FREE-Webinar-2017-04-12 – and/or – listen to the recorded webinar.