Depending upon the complexity of the translation project, the scarcity of professional translators available for a particular language, or the laws governing your business, it’s entirely possible that only a limited pool of resources can complete your translation project. That’s why when you request it, we provide you with the name of the translation professional who is working on your project.
At In Every Language, we pioneered offering this level of transparency in the language services industry because it saves our clients time and money. Plus, it gives you a truer picture of who is working on your translation project. Most translation providers do not openly share this information and we view our position as a point of integrity.
Because we have so much confidence in the translation professionals on our team, we’ll even go a step further and allow you to speak directly with the translator assigned to your project when needed. We’ve found this step improves the efficiency and effectiveness of in country review because your reviewer can speak directly with the translator assigned to your project.
Plus, if you are operating in the United States and your project contains intellectual property (software, technology, engineering schematics, manufacturing specifications, inventions or medical technology), deemed export rules prevent the release of intellectual property to a translator working outside of the U.S. in a sanctioned country such as Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Burma or Syria (please consult your attorney for legal advice specific to your industry).