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Somebody\'s granny in Nuremberg
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Apr 19, 2003

The [localization] companies also face price competition from small outfits that may focus on translating into one language, or from people with personal ties to corporations. Companies continue to farm out work to such individuals, but are learning that a more sophisticated provider may be a wiser choice, said Rees-Evans.



\"It\'s somebody\'s granny working above some shop in Nuremberg,\" he said. \"Then they realise that there are actually economies of scale to be realised and questions of quality.\"



Hedley Rees-Evans is marketing director of SDL. Source:



http://news.zdnet.co.uk/story/0,,t356-s2132664,00.html



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