Language

intransol translations More

Getting Ready for Translation

Often times companies take the single most important question for granted: into which language(s) do we need to translate? Perhaps the answer is not as obvious as one may think, and it influences many aspects of each project. Some people may not realize that some languages differ in use from one country to another. For…

intransol, international translation solutions, ITS, JKW, JKW International, global business, global communication, language, communication, target markets, translation, translation services, translation services boston, translation services minneapolis, translation services new York, translation services chicago, translation services dallas, translation services atlanta, translation services los angeles, translation services san Francisco, translation services seattle, translation services Portland, translation services cleveland, translation services st paul, best translation services, low cost translations, accredited translators, certified translations, immigration translation, localization, website localization, multilingual seo, transperfection, translate, translators, interpreters, interpreting equipment, conference interpreters, remote simultaneous interpreters, virtual interpreters, over the phone interpreters, remote interpreters, transcreate, transcreation, multilingual, multilingual desktop publishing, multilingual dtp, dtp, typesetting, multicultural marketing, ethnic marketing, global communication, foreign languages, voice talent, subtitles, captions, multimedia, transcribe, transcription, legal translators, medical translators, technical translators, advertising translators, creative translators, multimedia More

Fun Language Tidbits

Did you know… The language called “Silbo Gomera” (Gomeran Whistle) spoken on one of the Canary Islands, “La Gomera”, which is located off the coast of Morocco, consists entirely of whistles. It is structured in such a way that the islanders are able to mimic the spoken language of the region – Castilian Spanish –…

get a quote from intransol More

Writing for Translation

When writing content that’s intended to be translated and localized into different languages now or even at some point down the road, it’s always a good idea to think translation – that is, to think in terms of how easy it will be to express the same ideas and concepts in different languages and how…

intransol, international translation solutions, ITS, JKW, JKW International, global business, global communication, language, communication, target markets, translation, translation services, translation services boston, translation services minneapolis, translation services new York, translation services chicago, translation services dallas, translation services atlanta, translation services los angeles, translation services san Francisco, translation services seattle, translation services Portland, translation services cleveland, translation services st paul, best translation services, low cost translations, accredited translators, certified translations, immigration translation, localization, website localization, multilingual seo, transperfection, translate, translators, interpreters, interpreting equipment, conference interpreters, remote simultaneous interpreters, virtual interpreters, over the phone interpreters, remote interpreters, transcreate, transcreation, multilingual, multilingual desktop publishing, multilingual dtp, dtp, typesetting, multicultural marketing, ethnic marketing, global communication, foreign languages, voice talent, subtitles, captions, multimedia, transcribe, transcription, legal translators, medical translators, technical translators, advertising translators, creative translators, multimedia More

Simplified versus Traditional Chinese

Many of our clients ask when translating or localizing content to Chinese whether they need to translate it to Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese characters. For U.S. companies doing business with the Chinese, it is important to use the correct language in their business correspondence, advertising brochures, contract documents and business cards. The Chinese written…

More

Good Morning, Vietnam!

Good Morning, Vietnam! By Jason WoodCEO & Managing Director Way back in February 4, 1994, the then 19-year old American economic embargo against Vietnam was repealed. Finally, Vietnam, one of the last unexplored markets, could be discovered by many different American businesses. Among the “hot” industries at that time were dams, irrigation systems, roads, power…