Fintech & Blockchain
The fintech revolution brings alongside it a lot of promises, among which is the democratization of finance. Since the strength of a network is measured, at least in part, by the number of its adherents, it is imperative for blockchain technologies to become a global phenomenon.
However, not unlike other industries, fintech must first overcome cultural and linguistic barriers before it can achieve true internationalization. At Transphere, we pride ourselves on partnering with innovators and industry leaders. We believe it is our job to facilitate your global expansion, one word at a time.
Technical communication made easy
Financial instruments can seem uniquely complicated to the average customer, and that’s uniquely true for blockchain and cryptocurrency. Communicating this complexity to your clients is an absolute requirement, but it is no easy feat.
At Transphere, you can rely on dedicated financial experts that are trained communicators to break down complex financial topics for your customers’ benefit. Together we can create customized manuals and toolkits designed to enhance your clients’ journey.
Whether you are building a trading platform, creating your own cryptocurrency, or dealing with mobile banking, we have built a portfolio of services designed to facilitate your localization efforts. With expertise in 70+ languages and a customizable translation management system, you can create a local platform with a truly native experience.
Language asset management
At Transphere, we provide our clients with access to state-of-the-art translation memories (TMs), style guides (SGs), and glossaries. You can leverage these assets to improve the accuracy, consistency, and timeliness of your projects—while reducing your costs.
We update TMs and glossaries as per the ISO TC 37 regulation. Furthermore, we manage all these resources absolutely free of charge and at your behest.
Your data is in safe hands
Enterprise Cloud-based Data Security
Full-fledged client archives
Offshore/Offsite Translation Center: OTC
Agreement (NDA) system
Strict access control
Maintained by in-house information
Video Game Localization Challenges that You Should Know
Gamers are passionate and have high expectations from the games they play, especially with the sheer number of available games. They want to interact with their favorite games in their native language. If you do not take the time to localize your game, gamers may decide to play another one instead.
The process of transforming content to fit into the local language and cultural background is localization. Nearly 60% of consumers think that the ability to obtain information in their own language is more important than the product price. This is also applicable to the game industry.
Blockchain Localization: Why does it matter?
Blockchain technology has been touted as one of the most revolutionary pieces of tech to have been invented; however, despite its hype, it largely remains an underused technology. Contrary to popular belief, blockchain has been around since the late 60s, and its adoption rate has been slowly creeping up, year after year. Many hope to see it become part of our mainstream financial systems this decade.
Website Internationalization (i18n): The Ultimate Guide
The EU Medical Device Regulation: How to comply as an international manufacturer.
Recently, the European Parliament and the Council have produced one of the lengthiest and most thorough pieces of legislation in EU history, called the Medical Device Regulation (MDR). It regulates every possible aspect of medical devices across the entirety of the European Union.
You may think that by being located outside of the EU this regulation does not affect you, but you’d be wrong. The MDR affects all the medical devices that enter the EU markets, whether they are produced in Europe or other continents. If you do not take your time to learn about it and upgrade your operation to become MDR compliant you could face some serious future issues:
Ecommerce Localization: The 6 new challenges and benefits.
Various advances in logistics, shipping, and technology have made it easier and cheaper for businesses to enter international markets than ever before. Yet for all the technological breakthroughs available at their disposal, some barriers still loom large, namely, language and culture. This barrier could be solved through appropriate e-commerce localization; however, it is this barrier that companies misunderstand and therefore fail to scale well.
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