The growth of Twitter continues unabated, but among the many users one group have been vocal in talking about the many benefits to their profession. Translators and translation companies such as Convocco Ltd have found the micro blogging platform invaluable.
Convocco confirmed that their policy of good business practice placed greatest emphasis on the importance of existing-customer satisfaction and the resulting longevity of these working relationships has resulted in its retaining a large number of clients across both the public and private sector.
Birmingham-based translation organisation Convocco Ltd this week announced a major advance in translation services as its new Rapid Response Service promises an ‘onsite translator within 1 hour’.
Inward investment created 52,741 new jobs in 2011/12 - a 26% increase on 2010/11, and secured 59,918 existing jobs, an increase of 14%, but these figures could be even better a Birmingham (UK) based translation service company claims today.
The company, based in Birmingham in the UK, offers a range of ‘traditional’ translation services such as face-to-face interpreting, written translations and telephone translation services as used by Police Authorities, Government Departments and Local Government. As well as the public sector, Convocco works with private companies as they are increasingly looking to market overseas.
A translation company will do all the hard work for you. They will choose the best translator for the job as some freelancers have specific skills: some may be great at careful attention to written work, while others are better at face-to-face meetings. A company such as Convocco can facilitate translation of over 250 languages, and can even provide a Rapid Response service which promises an onsite translator inside an hour!
A report for the European Union Association of Translation Companies has concluded that the translation sector is both an increasingly important economic sector – and a benefit to increased globalisation. The future will see the growth of translation companies such as Convocco.
With over 204 countries represented, it’s perhaps not surprising that there were some translation issues at London 2012. The moral behind all of them is that today translation is the preserve of specialists like Convocco Ltd.
Research from Health2020 has revealed some facts behind the costs of translation for the NHS – as well as some of the real life stories behind the facts. Translation companies such as Convocco Ltd have helped organisations like the NHS to reduce the overall costs as a % of their annual budget.