Transportation: Alstom Case Study

Alstom Transport is the world leader in the bullet train industry and number two in urban transport. Its range of products and services covers rolling stock, rail infrastructure, signalling equipment and maintenance. Alstom Transport employs 26,000 people in over 60 countries…

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Sustainable Development: Carrefour Case Study

With operations in 32 countries, the Carrefour group is one of the world’s leading retailers. Ranking second worldwide and European leader, the company is currently developing four food store formats: hypermarkets, supermarkets, cash & carry stores and convenience stores…

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Energy: Saipem Case Study

Saipem S.A. needed to produce a set of manuals in Portuguese totaling over 2,000 pages for its end-client within a maximum period of 12 weeks, including page layout and graphics processing. The project was not only under a tight time constraint, the translated documents had to be clear and fully understandable by the Portuguese teams that use these documents on a daily basis…

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Medical Instruments: Olympus Case Study

Olympus is a global leader in the manufacture of opto-digital systems. The company must regularly translate technical documentation for their new products (medical instrumentation) into 21 languages…

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Software: Bentley Systems Case Study

Bentley Systems Inc., with 2,800 colleagues in over 50 offices worldwide and annual revenues surpassing $450 million, is an engineering software publisher serving nearly 90% of the top 500 engineering design companies worldwide. Bentley’s operational goals were to reduce localization costs and decrease time to market while maintaining quality.

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Environment: Veolia Case Study.

With more than 300,000 employees in 75 countries, our client, Veolia Environnement, decided to introduce Machine Translation (MT) in order to reduce the costs of translating internal documents. Specifically, the company had initiated a project to deploy SAP globally, with simultaneous roll‐out in French and in English. Tight deadlines necessitated nearly instantaneous translation of the SAP procedures manuals into English as they were being written in French.

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