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Global market study open for participation


Common Sense Advisory, Inc., (CSA), an independent market research firm specializing in the language services industry, has issued a call for participation in its annual Global Market Study. CSA will publish the annual rankings and market reports as soon as possible after the survey closes.


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Report on determining global content strategies


CSA Research, an independent market research firm specializing in the language service industry, has published "Local versus Global Language Strategies." The report is based on an examination of 2,832 websites from major global brands, segmented by industry and headquarters location.

Report on annual benchmarks for the top 100 online languages


CSA Research, an independent market research firm specializing in the language service industry, has published "Digital Opportunity: 2019." The report provides top-line figures for the global value of the top 100 online languages, shows how they have changed over time, and provides insight on how organizations operating internationally can use that data to drive more intelligent international investment.

Report assesses TMS MarketFlex


CSA Research, an independent market research firm specializing in the language service industry, has published "MarketFlex for Language-Oriented TMS." The report assesses the suitability of nine translation management systems (TMS) for the language processing functions needed to handle multiple content types, client organizations and integrations.

CSA Research hires data scientist


CSA Research, an independent market research firm specializing in the language service industry, has hired Paul Daniel O’Mara as director of data products. O’Mara was the managing editor at the American Society for Quality, a knowledge-based global community of quality professionals.

Report on determining TM ownership


CSA Research, an independent market research firm specializing in the language service industry, has published "Translation Memory in 2019 – Who Should Own It?." Responses to a recent survey motivated revisiting the topic. Enterprises may not always understand the ramifications of translation memory (TM) ownership. Language service providers and freelancers may not be aware of the implications of copyright and intellectual property legislation as applied to translation assets.

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