We provide language conversions for over 115 languages, including all of the most commonly used commercial languages and many of the more unusual ones.
When requesting a translation, it is important to specify the target country or ethnic group. There are, for example, significant differences in the Spanish spoken in Mexico, Central America, South America, and Europe. There are also differences between Canadian and European French, Brazilian and Continental Portuguese, and Chinese for the Peoples Republic of China and Taiwan.
How is the price of a translation calculated?
The price of each translation project depends on many factors, including the type of document translation (PIL,CRF Protocol), the length of the text to be translated, how many translations are required and which languages you need your project translated into or from.
Because each project is unique, the easiest way to determine the cost of your translation project is to request a free quote request and allow one of our customer service representatives to go over your project, make an estimate and get back to you personally!
How do I get my project translated?
Our work process can be detailed in these simple steps:
Request a free quote by sending email to (email@example.com).
Receive a project quotation (estimate cost and delivery date) by email within 2 hours.
Receive your translated document at or before your delivery date.
It couldn't get any simpler!
What about confidentiality? How can I be sure that the contents of my documents will not be disclosed to anyone else?
All our employees and contractors sign a confidential disclosure agreement before they are assigned any work. They understand that any document handled by our company is subject to this non-disclosure agreement and that they must maintain the confidentiality of all work received through us. Also we have no problem to sign a confidentiality agreement with your company.
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