E-learning has now become a worldwide phenomenon and an increasing number of companies are turning toward this new trend to train their employees globally.
In this context, it is important to translate training material into regional languages because employees are bound to learn better when information is provided in their native languages.
Translating training materials may be a difficult and expensive process. However, with some prudent measures and simple tips, translation costs can be minimized.
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