EVS Translations is an international translation company, not a translation agency. It is driven by an in-house team of almost 150 employees to cover all project critical areas. These include translation and project management, as well as MT development and multimedia localisation solutions. Workflows are tailored to individual client requirements and can be scaled to meet very high global demand for multinational corporations.
From day one onward, EVS Translation has relied on its in-house concept – meaning we don’t outsource or crowd-fund our translations; all of our translators and proofreaders are full-time employees and get assigned their translations by our skilled project management team. Due to our translators being full-time, the project management team always knows where everyone’s strengths lie and how to assemble the best team for each job. Given that we have almost 100 translators and proofreaders throughout our 8 global offices, we offer full-service language solutions, including handling a company’s entire translation management.
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