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.
Since the beginning, our core concept has been: Keep it simple, keep it in-house. EVS Translations continues to invest in its infrastructure and global teams to deliver a comprehensive service from its own experts and home-grown talent.
At the heart of what we do is the art of translation itself and we continue to employ the best translators as permanent members of our team.
From linguistic services to multimedia solutions and scalable data-security processes, we have ervything you need to succeed on the international stage.
Speak with our team about how we can support your goals. Call us or use our contact form. We look forward to hearing from you.
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