Outsourcing translations versus in-house?

Subject: Outsourcing translations versus in-house?
From: ryan -dot- minaker -at- ca -dot- pwc -dot- com
To: TechWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 08:19:28 -0500

Hi there,

Just curious -- does anyone on the list outsource translations versus
having in-house translators? Or have you recently transitioned from one to
the other? If so, can you recommend some companies that I should look into
and/or share some thoughts or experiences?

We do all our translations in-house now, but I'm trying to put together
some numbers (cost, turn around time etc) on the benefit (if any) on
moving to outsourcing. By looking strictly at the cost, the outsourcing is
looking like it's far cheaper, but I'm sure there is always some caveat...

I guess I should mention that I'm translating from English to French
(Canadian - if this matters).

Thanks!

Ryan



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