Translation Accurate and Easy
June 08, 2022

Translation Accurate and Easy

Rob T | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Memsource

I translate Dutch to English for an auctioneering concern that only works online. I find that the predictive text provided as managed by the employer is not edited frequently enough and that faulty translation created by non-native speakers are repeated. When preparing text the words predicted are often a repeat of the incorrect words from memory or repeating the actual word one is correcting. However, in the broader sense, the system works well and enables far quicker translation of bulk items that in our sphere consist of from 2 to 30 words at a time. The quality control function is great especially when it relates to the correctness of numerical values in the translated portion.
  • Direct translations usually accurate to a rate of over 70%.
  • Spelling checking.
  • Quality control.
  • Speed of response via cloud even when multiple users are online.
  • Choice of dictionaries - ie from USA English to UK English- removing the "Z"s and inserting the "U"s (i.e. realize to realise and honor to honour, etc.
  • Auto removal of duplications whilst translating by highlighting any that appear.
  • Providing a bulk correct function - similar to the Find and Replace function in Excel!
  • Speed.
  • Accuracy.
  • Ease of calculating costs.
  • Enables swift completion before deadline.
Have not used any other programmes.

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I find the system excellent for the translation of small items up to 100 words. However, where it tends to transcribe and not translate the function will need improvement - source language syntax in the translated form does not always compute.