Today we rank 46th in the world (according to the Language Services Market: 2016 study) and one of the five largest translation agencies in Eastern Europe.
You will be the first
Offices in 5 countries: you request the translation in the evening and receive the finished translation next morning
Organization of events worldwide: we have an interpreter anywhere in the world
Project managers are available 24/7
We can provide any number of simultaneous interpreters even for the large-scale event
Target audience will definitely understand you
Our own database contains 1.5 million unique terms and definitions in 70 languages
Our translation quality is confirmed by the international 17100 LICS certificate
Consultants specialized in your industry and the target country work with your project
Our staff includes native speaking editors residing in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East
No need to worry about deadlines
Our business processes fully comply with ISO 9001
Our proprietary translation management system will keep you updated on your translation in real time
We are experienced in carrying out complex and urgent projects, i.e. translation of 50 000 pages in 6 months
Google Translate (GT) was launched in April 2006 as a statistical machine translation service, which used United Nations and European Parliament documents to collect linguistic data. During translation, it looked for patterns in these documents to help decide what the best translation was. The application now includes more than 100 languages, and is able to translate 37 languages via photo, 32 via voice, and 27 via real-time video. Quite impressive if it weren’t for its downsides.
Localization World is one of the few conferences attended by representatives of major clients of localization services.
Here you could find, for example, heads of localization departments in Oracle, Microsoft, Paypal, King.com, Blizzard, NetApp, GetYour Guide, ESET, Booking.com and other global brands. The 34th LocWorld, held in Barcelona from 14-16 June, was attended by more than 600 delegates, at least a quarter of whom represented client companies.