The t’works group has ranked highly on both the Slator and Nimdzi language service provider indexes, published at the beginning of March 2021. These indexes classify the largest companies in the language sector worldwide in order of revenue and are an important resource for language industry stakeholders.
It is still the case that operators in the medical technology industry must implement the new regulations from EU Regulation 2017/745 (Medical Devices Regulation, MDR for short) by the deadline of 26 May 2021.
In terms of medical device legislation, we are in a transition period until 26 May, when the previously applicable Medical Device Directive (MDD) will be replaced by the new Medical Device Regulation (MDR) published in 2017.
t’works is delighted to announce a new addition to the t’works family. Lexcelera, a leading ISO 9001-certified international language services company headquartered in Paris with offices in the UK and Canada, is joining the group.
Some important facts to consider for International Mother Language Day - and the answers to the quiz questions from our earlier post.
In the build up to International Mother Language Day on Sunday we’re thinking about the many languages of the world and what they mean for the wellbeing and diversity of our culture and society.
The European Union's new Medical Device Regulation (2017/745), or MDR, will become fully applicable in May 2021 and is expected to replace the existing Medical Device Directive (MDD) and Active Implantable Medical Devices (AIMD) Directives.
After a long and intensive period of testing, we’re happy to announce that Globalese MT is now our partner for neural machine translation.
t’works’ Group Enterprise Sales Manager, Rodrigo Cristina will be taking part in the #LocFromHome online localization conference.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted worldwide the need for multilingual, effective, and timely communication. Language has been pushed to the forefront of the global response to the virus and its importance has never been greater.