Dina Kessaniotou

Dina Kessaniotou is a Project Coordinator/specialized linguist at Commit. She has 20 years of experience in IT, marketing and other fields, with an emphasis on social media for the last few years. When she has time, she enjoys walking and travelling to the countryside.

Crowdsourcing Translation (1)

Crowdsourcing Translation: Pro or Con?

  An important advantage of the “connected world”, apart from the unlimited access to all kinds of information, is that it brought together previously “disconnected” people, groups or crowds – giving them the opportunity to become more active and engaged in the world around them. The concept of “crowdsourcing“, meaning the involvement of non-specialists to …

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Your marketing translations, do they speak your buyers’ language?

This is a very good question for businesses that invest in marketing translations with the purpose of expanding their activities beyond their boundaries. Even though English is a commonly used language in many markets, talking to people in a language they understand in depth seems to achieve much better results. Why businesses want to go …

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SaaS localization (1)

5 Reasons to Localize your SaaS Product

The prolonged period of the pandemic, brought considerable changes in the way we work, as well as in several aspects of our everyday life. During this period, SaaS companies saw a significant increase in the demand of their services. Also, surveys have shown that people are more willing to get familiar and work with new …

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3 localization tips for startups

3 Localization Tips for Startups on a Budget

  Digital growth has created a continuously evolving global community, within which companies, including startups, can expand beyond their borders much easier than in the past. Several startups dream big and this is where localization comes into the picture, opening the way to the global market. Products or services planned to go global should not …

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Localization strategy: a broader approach

The idea of going global by being local is a very common one in the localization world. Businesses wanting to expand their activities beyond their geographic borders have to build a customized local presence into the individual locations they want to penetrate to. Although the concept is familiar, there are many different factors to think …

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translation tools

Are translation tools threatening translation?

The question of whether translation tools (and technology in general) threaten translation depends on many different factors, and, basically, on how people conceive their purpose. The answer is indissolubly tied to how effectively the involved parties can leverage the advantages of technology, identify its disadvantages and set the limits. The first great impact If we …

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Project Management

Project Management: Our experience – our treasure

Far from trying to create a step by step guide to project management, with this article I want to give you some valuable insight, gained over my 20 years of PM experience. Even if the topics I am touching are relatively common, my perspective on some details could probably make a difference in the knowledge …

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