How common is a three-step translation process nowadays?

How common is a three-step translation process nowadays?

Many companies, especially those concerned with obtaining the highest quality, still use a three-step process. Companies that are less concerned with obtaining the highest quality or who do not have time for a three-step process are moving to other workflows.

About Nataly Kelly

Nataly brings nearly two decades of translation industry experience to Smartling, most recently as Chief Research Officer at industry research firm Common Sense Advisory. Previously, she held positions at AT&T Language Line and NetworkOmni (acquired by Language Line), where she oversaw product development. A veteran translator and certified court interpreter for Spanish, she has formally studied seven languages, and is currently learning Irish. A former Fulbright scholar in sociolinguistics, Nataly lives in the Boston area with her husband and daughter. When she isn’t working, you’ll usually find her translating Ecuadorian poetry, writing books, and exploring the world (36 countries and counting!).

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