We deliver high-quality and culturally-sensitive translations that resonate with the target audience. The key to our trusted translations is in our Best Practices and our Quality Assurance process.
Translation Standards & Practices
Our Translators & Editors
At Language Concepts, we only work with professionals with vast experience in the translation industry who share our commitment to high quality standards and our constant pursuit of excellence.
Every single in-house and contracted translator, editor, proofreader and localization team that work for Language Concepts is required to translate or review into their native language only and meet the minimum following criteria:
Be graduates of respected Translation Schools and/or be accredited by organizations such as the American Translators Association (ATA) and/or the Bar of Translators of their respective countries
Have a minimum of seven years of experience (Translators) in the particular industry or subject matter
Have a minimum of ten years of experience (Editors) in the particular industry or subject matter
Additionally, translators are always under constant evaluation. We closely monitor translation quality and attention to detail.
Our Project Managers
Another characteristic that makes us stand out from our competition is that Language Concepts’ clients work with project managers who have worn the translator and editor hats in the past either at translation companies or at corporations. Therefore, they not only understand the “ins and outs” of a translation process, but always have in mind the business objectives of the project. They know exactly what questions to ask and how to help businesses make sure their translated and/or localized communications, materials or websites work and resonate with the target audience.
Even though translations are performed by native and experienced translators who live within the culture they translate for, every single job goes through a strict quality assurance process.
Once the translator (who is an expert in the subject-matter) has finished the translation, the translation is reviewed by a different experienced editor who makes sure concepts and nuances have been accurately translated, make sense, and, ultimately, read as if it were crafted in the target language and resonates with the target audience.
Finally, before the translation goes back to the project manager, the designated proofreader will review the final translation to make sure that the text is free of typos, punctuation, and/or spelling errors also paying attention to layout and design.
To learn more about our comprehensive translation process, click here.