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Mar 25, 2007

Reasons for Sharing Memories

(Edited by freelance Chinese translator li – English to Chinese or Chinese to English translation services)
The reasons a client may want to do this are:

  1. To keep costs down by playing vendors against each other, with neither having a memory advantage.
  2. To enable two vendors that have different specialist areas (software, web sites, marketing) to share the translatable content.
  3. To spread the work and avoid having all eggs in one basket with complete reliance on one vendor.
  4. To feel in control of the memory database.

The reasons a vendor may want to do this are:

  1. To gain a commercial advantage over other vendors. As the custodians of the TM, the vendor should use this position as leverage to win further work with the aim of relegating other vendors to the role of subsidiary suppliers.
  2. To demonstrate technical advantages over other vendors.

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