Businesses are under pressure to communicate rapidly across international markets. EVS Translations combines human expertise with the right technology solutions so businesses can communicate globally. The translation technology team at EVS Translations supports automation and integration with your company's preferred systems, while our linguistic experts flawlessly recreate your original content in the required languages.
Whether your team needs digital brochures, video, a new website or your company is hosting a live stream event with an international audience, EVS Translations provides a single-source solution. Ask our team about the following services:
In-house teams, translation management software, ISO-certified quality management and continuous process innovation means clients receive high-quality translations as part of a seamless service.
At the heart of what we do is the art of translation. That is why we hire and train the best translator talent to work as permanent in-house members of our team. They understand what our clients want and care about their content. This in-house approach allows much greater control over resources, quality and timeframes. For less in-demand languages, we work with carefully selected partners who are audited by us to ensure quality and reliability.
EVS Translations‘ client from the medical device sector recently came with a request for English copyediting. The company runs an e-learning platform through which healthcare professionals, distributors and technicians can access webinar-based training to improve their knowledge of [...]
EVS Translations is once again named as a World Top 100 Language Service Provider by both Slator and Nimdzi. The two leading providers of research for the global translation, localisation, and language technology industry rank EVS Translations among the world top 100 largest LSPs [...]
Last year, EVS Translations‘ pharmaceutical client ran two clinical trials to test and develop new products for patients suffering from a major neurological disease. Documentation included data sets from lab testing and other clinical settings, as well as patient questionnaires and [...]
“[…] it is not a word of the year to celebrate but it is, perhaps, one that sums up the year for most of the world.” Helen Newstead, language content consultant at Collins Dictionary Collins Dictionary’s word of the year for 2020 This past year has given us many new words and new [...]