Justifying Global Management Decisions With Letters

Sometimes translation workers are asked by clients to create a message to suggest and justify changes in policy procedures.  Often these reports overlap with proposals but typically require less persuasion, since the “justification” should be obvious.  Houston Translation services workers describe these types of reports as being in a unique class of letters because they are frequently initiated by the writer rather than authorized or requested by the readers. Such reports therefore typically begin with recommendations, rather than ending with them as proposals typically do. This sort of report provides excellent chance for managers in one country to show their initiative and be recognized by their superiors in the home office in another country. They answer this key question for readers: Why should we?

According to Washington D.C. Translation Services workers, justification reports should include specific benefits such as savings in time, increased productivity, better performance, or increased profits. The benefits need not always be tangible. They could include such intangibles as customer goodwill or improved employee morale.

A number of certified translation workers recommend that these types of justification reports should follow a version of this format:

1. Statement of Purpose or Problem: In one or two sentences, make your recommendation and state the possible benefits.
2. Cost and Savings (or Advantages): Don’t explain savings or advantages here; just state what the firm will gain. Save the explanation for the discussion section.
3. Methods or Procedures: Briefly explain how your suggestion can be implemented.  For instance, if people need release time for training work-shops, state how many people are involved, how much release time is required, and how long the sessions will last.
4. Conclusion: List your conclusions here, but save the details for your discussion.
5. Discussion: Provide details, explanations, and the means used to arrive at your conclusions.

The format is flexible, so alter it when necessary to meet the goals of your report.

Writing And Translating The Recommendation Letter

Instead of simply offering facts and ideas, the recommendation report translates data, makes conclusions, and presents recommendations. The recommendation listed below offers a report in the form of a letter. The author of the translated letter, a Dallas Translation Services worker, uses technical financial language since he understands that the American reader will understand the terminology. Using a direct plan, the report commences with a short introductory paragraph that quickly addresses the topic and purpose. After the introduction, the letter provides a recommendation, an overview, and the subject areas included in the analysis. Observe that the tone of the English to French Translator is format befitting the relationship between investment counselor and client. Although he recommends buying the stock, he remains impartial, letting the facts prove his point.


First American Financial Advisers
2025 Addison Circle Drive
Addison, Texas 75001

August 27, 2012


Mr. Howard Johnson
2992 North Halstead Way
Washington, DC 20001
Dear Mr. Johnson:


We are pleased to submit the following report you requested on the feasibility of a common stock investment in ExxonMobil.


ExxonMobil liquidity ratio (.94), profit margin (10.37), and debt ratio (53.4%) are sound, thereby making ExxonMobil’s stock a good investment decision.  ExxonMobil is one of the largest publicly traded companies by market capitalization in the world and is the largest company in the world by revenue.

The  information that the Denver Translation company has gathered from your broker suggests that you invest a minimum of $10,000 in ExxonMobil ‘s common stock. ExxonMobil  is a leader in all aspects of petroleum exploration to refining industry and marketing; your investment therefore would not only be a low risk, but it would also provide an excellent return for your retirement.

Overview of ExxonMobil

ExxonMobil is a direct descendant of John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company.  ExxonMobil was created by the mergers of Mobile and Exxon in 1999 and is the largest of the six oil supermajors.  ExxonMobil, is an American multinational oil and gas corporation.

Types of Common Stock

Publicly traded as XOM on the NYSE, ExxonMobil is currently priced at $88.05 per share.

In sum, ExxonMobil is a sound investment that would add strength and diversity to your portfolio. Should you wish to invest in ExxonMobil’s stock, please call me at your convenience?



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