Getting a quote for Professional Document Translation

March 7, 2014 by  
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Getting a quote for Professional Document Translation
If you are looking for a company to handle your Professional Document Translation needs then look no further. LanguageLine Solutions are a worldwide organisation with global headquarters in California and European headquarters in London.
The UK part of their operation was initially set up as a charitable organisation to enable communication between patients and staff at the Royal Hospital in East London covering just four languages yet grew rapidly during the 1990’s in response to market demand. LanguageLine Solutions now provide over 200 languages and are proud to be part of the largest interpreting company in the world.
They have strong backing from $2 billion-strong ABRY Partners and are committed to providing only the highest quality interpreters and translators. Fully appreciating that the quality of the service they provide is only as good as those individuals that they choose to employ, they place successful recruitment at the forefront of their operation. In addition to ensuring that their interpreters and translators hold the appropriate qualifications, they will also ensure that their translators have experience within your industry. LanguageLine Solutions place great emphasis on security and confidentiality and subject each individual to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check prior to being hired.
Having worked with a variety of different organisations in both the public and the private sectors for more than 20 years LanguageLine Solutions have a wealth of experience and are well equipped to meet your project objectives. Their team of customer focused project managers will work closely with you in order to reach your target audience within the set timescale.
If it is interpreting services that you require they can offer both face-to-face interpreting and telephone interpreting. Face-to-face is more commonly used when a more personal approach is required for example during a situation that is complex and/or sensitive whereas telephone interpreting is quick and easy and can be arranged in less than one minute making it both efficient and affordable.
LanguageLine Solutions also offer Online Document Translations and are able to translate a variety of documents ranging from letters and manuals to website copy and video recordings.
In order to get a document translated you will need to request a quote. Simply drop LanguageLine Solutions an email with a copy of the document requiring translation stating which languages you require them to translate the document into, word count, deadline, deliverables (what format you require it back in) and your contact and invoicing details. It would a good idea to let them know whether you have any additional needs that you would like us to handle on your behalf e.g. formatting, layout etc. Typically a member of the LanguageLine Solutions team will acknowledge your request within 2 hours and then follow up with a quote within the next 24 hours.
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