At Premier Language, quality is the most important factor to us. We understand that you need quick turnaround and low cost translations at the same time as a high quality and suitable translation.
When you contact Premier Language with your quote request, we will carefully analyse your documentation using one of our state of the art software programs. This is to ensure that your cost includes only ‘new words’ and not words and phrases that are repeated throughout your document. Many of our translators also work with the same software which ensures your translation is consistent and concise throughout.
Once we understand the nature and theme of your content, one of our project managers narrows down our database of 30,000 translators to only those working in the right field. Once this has been done, we narrow this down again to choose only the best translator for your particular document.
Although we do not offer secondary review as a compulsory service, it is strongly advised that you opt for this service. As we only work with human translators and never provide a machine based translation, human error can occur. As professional and experienced as our translators are, typos do happen and we offer high quality specialist reviewers to counteract this problem. The reviewer will ensure the language, content and design of your translation is perfect prior to it being returned to you.
Once Premier Language receives the translation from our reviewer, one of our project managers checks the document thoroughly to ensure we are happy with the final product. If for any reason we are not, we will send it out to another review as a complimentary service. Most members of the Premier Language team are bilingual and so understand the importance of perfection. Wherever possible we will review the language ourselves as a complimentary service to ensure we are as confident as you will be.
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