Technology makes it faster. Humans make it better.
Technology can help accelerate and automate the translation process when time and budget are not on your side. We utilize Computer-Aided Translation (CAT) tools on every project. These tools help us build a Translation Memory—a lexicon of sorts—for your company, industry, target language and culture, which improves consistency and may reduce costs and turnaround time. We can also provide fully automated Machine Translation (MT) with human post-editing for projects with large volumes of data from web sites or surveys. While MT is not the same high level of quality as human translation, it can assist you in plowing through the massive volumes of verbatims, bulletin boards or social media data you’ve collected.
AI technology allows you to manage high volumes and shorten time to market while maximizing your translation investment. We combine best-of-breed neural machine translation technology with best-practices approaches for optimizing content and business processes.
Globalization Management Technology
Our globalization management technology makes it easy to manage multilingual content. We offer pre-built integrations with virtually all major back-end platforms, including CMS, DMS, e-commerce, PIM, and DAM, allowing you to communicate globally while continuing to leverage your preferred technologies.
Website Localization Technology
Our cloud-based proxy technology allows you to launch and manage a multilingual website quickly and efficiently. Updates to your source-website are detected automatically, submitted for human translation, and placed back on your translated site—with no manual effort.
Doing large, global research projects requires trusting that you are getting the most accurate translation of your data.
Which is why working with G3 is always a pleasure. Not only do they provide quick and accurate translations, they have knowledgeable and efficient project management teams that are always willing to go that extra mile to ensure a positive experience.
–Jill F., Lieberman Research