Languages and Geographies

These languages, and many more, are supported by our permanent staff and our worldwide network of freelancers and partners. Support for additional languages will be provided as you demand it.

North America Central and
South America
Europe Middle East Asia
US English
Canadian French
Spanish
Latin American
Spanish
Brazilian-Portuguese
UK English
German
French
Italian
Spanish
Portuguese
Dutch
Nordic-Scandinavian
Greek
Russian
Central-European
Eastern-European
Arabic
Urdu
Turkish
Hebrew
African
Japanese
Korean
Traditional Chinese
(Taiwan) Simplified Chinese
(PRC) Southeast Asia

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Translators Qualification Process
We have 3500+ translators in our database. We mainly use professionals residing in their country of origin with a college degree in translation who have been vetted through our rigorous qualification standards for reliability and production over a trial period. Their mother tongue must be the target language, and they must demonstrate their ability to translate within their chosen field of expertise qualified by numerous large prior engagements or through having successfully completed a related degree of study in that field.

Our translators approval process consists of gathering a potential translator’s qualifications, submitting these for review and verification, obtaining references, and a rigorous vetting process to make sure their qualifications are genuine. Once satisfied, we test candidates in their language of expertise on successively more difficult and more specialized tasks. Theses tests consist of material already translated and accepted by prior projects so know what is acceptable and what is not. Once deemed acceptable, we transition them to a trial-evaluation period where they are employed, but not in our standard production work-flow. Gradually, after demonstrating their ability to translate correctly, accurately and according to the appropriate style, they are welcomed into our pool of regular translators.

GDP by Language (2002)

GDP by Language (2010)