What is translation?
What tools are used in translation?
What criteria should a professional translation meet?
Translation: an Art
Translation is the art of extracting the essence of "written content" penned in one language and expressing it in another. This content may take various forms: letters, documents, publications, synopsis for short films, websites, restaurant menus, etc.
Professional Translation: a Career
In order for your content to be fully understood by readers who express themselves in a language other than your own, and in order for your message to achieve its goal and reach your target market, it is essential to turn to qualified and experienced translators who perfectly master the subtleties of both the source and target language. This is the reason why our translators work exclusively into the mother tongue.
Reliable Translation: A Human Skill
For about for the last 15 years, mainly as result of the Internet revolution, we have been hearing more and more about "automated translation" or "machine translation". But it is still far from the time when artificial intelligence will replace humans in the task of translation. Of course, we use the internet and all the translation tools available, which includes dictionaries, translation memory software and any other database creation software, but we always add our know-how and expertise to the art of word juggling.
All our translations are carried out using computer software and are available in the format of your choice: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, Trados, etc.
Quality Translation: A Partnership
We guarantee a fast, reliable, and high quality service. Yet for translation to truly respond to your quality criteria, it is essential for us to develop a sincere collaboration. We need to be able to count on your support regarding the appropriate use of terminology for your field of activity.
To find out more about our specialist fields, click on their respective links below:
- European Affairs
- Editorial Documents
- Medical and Pharmaceutical
- Natural Sciences
- Environment and Agriculture
- Economy and Social Sciences
- Business and Marketing
- Accounting and Finance
- Legal and Administrative
- Certified Translation
- Gastronomy and Cuisine
- Editing, Adaptation and Localisation
Main Language Combinations:
Our main language combinations are the following:
Other language combinations are of course possible, especially those starting from or working into the most common European languages.