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DTS Improves Efficiency for Life Science Document Translations
Date:1/15/2014

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

DTS Language Services, Inc. is pleased to announce an enhancement to its Online Web Portal for Life Science organizations who need document translations. Clients will now have the ability to specify the subject matter of their documents in advance with a selection of nearly 50 life science sub-domains. This will help reduce time-to-delivery of translations, often a critical factor in clinical and scientific fields, and decrease the likelihood of error.

“All translations are inherently time-sensitive by their very nature, due to the critical decision making and approval processes which depend on fast turn-arounds,” said Duncan Shaw, President of DTS. “Because we will have a faster understanding up-front of the given domain requirement, we will be able to more quickly identify those translators who are best qualified, and deliver translations even faster.”

Additionally, for organizations who have on-going document translation needs, this tool will help strengthen document version control practices by improving consistency. “If several direct report employees have recurring translation needs, now there will be a streamlined, consistent approach for all of them. This will improve decision making, communication, budgeting, and accountability for everyone,” Shaw said.

In 2007, DTS began a partnership with German technology developer Plunet GmbH to offer an easy to use customer web portal aimed at improving translation efficiencies while reducing translation costs and delays. “We offer free training to use our online portal with the end goals of making translations go faster, easier, and as pain-free as possible,” Shaw said.

Most CRAs, Project Managers, and other medical translation buyers do not have the time to be burdened with translation
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