Thursday, February 21, 2008

Crimson files for translation quality patent

According to the following Business Wire press release (ISO 14971-Certified Risk Management System Yields First Labeling Translation Patent), Crimson, a division of TransPerfect, has filed for a patent about a method for “analyzing, evaluating, and controlling risk of language errors in connection with medical device labeling.”

More details about this method and the patent application can be found on Crimoson's Risk Management web page.


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