What is Point and Go Localise (PAGL)?
PAGL is an online translation system, which handles the process of creating localised media files. The system combines the process of translation, typesetting, and audit trail all in one system, so it streamlines the workflow into a seamless activity.
Here’s the gist:
- you upload a file and it instantly prepares a file for translation, building a file (Docx, Xliff, csv, xml) that can be distributed to linguists that best match your requirements
- Once the files are with linguists you can view its progress in-situ.
- The file is proofread and art worked
- The client can view, comment and approve in the system itself, allowing for rapid iterations and a shorter lead time to market.
It’s a fairly simple procedure but one that saves a ton of time. Consider a typical use case scenario of a brochure, a book, user manuals, packaging, or catalogues. Now imagine you need to translate them into 15 languages – a file with images, and different formatting with visual assets, graphs, etc.
The use of PAGL centralises the process: it allows quick amends and the process is exactly the same if you are translating 1 or 50 languages. You can use linguists not only to translate but also to check in situ if the content looks just as it should be, saving time, and rounds of amends in offline documents or platforms that are not built for purpose.
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Working with us
Dedicated Project Manager
You’ll be assigned an experienced Project Manager who will liaise between you and our linguistic team to ensure a smooth process.
Curated writing team
A team of skilled, specialised, and trusted writers will be carefully selected to take care of your content needs. You can communicate with them directly or leave it to us.
PMs and Linguists will learn about you, your brand and current trends to achieve the most accurate result possible.
We offer an array of Tech solutions, including options to integrate with your systems. Check our Software and Technology section under Services.
Right the first time
We over-prepare to get your requests right the first time, but in case you need us to address any concerns, we always include two rounds of amends.