At In Every Language, we believe that translating is about more than transferring words: it’s about transferring meaning. Each of our team members translates or localizes into his or her native language, appropriate for his or her country or region, with respect to linguistic and cultural considerations. Our localization solution adapts a product or content to a specific locale. Localization is essential when business goals demand that the translation must read the same to the target audience as it does in the original. Localization may include converting to local currencies or units of measurement, usage of correct formats for dates, addresses and phone numbers, adherence with local culture and adjusting content to fit the translated text. We also have significant expertise in marketing and software localization.
Every project deserves an individualized approach because no two clients are alike. That’s why we always personalize a course of action, including translator selection, to the specific requirements of your project. We work with you to assess things like how your text will be used, where, and by whom. Internal communications to employees are certainly different from sales brochures, product manuals, regulatory reports or legal documents. Style, choice of words, grammar, punctuation, register and tone, even spelling—all of these go into a quality translation that will convey the same intent in a foreign language that it does in the source material. The ultimate goal is to create understanding between your company and your audience–in any language.
Some projects call for a team or collaborative approach since two or more technical subjects are involved; for example, a legal interrogatory regarding a medical malpractice suit. In this case, translators from both the legal and medical fields collaborate on the translation to ensure the accuracy of the specific content. You can count on translation and localization experts from the financial, legal, medical, manufacturing, and other industries on your project team.
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