Research confirms that organizations that increase their expenditure on translation services are more likely to:
How can you expand your company to acquire the language expertise and capabilities? That’s where a Language Services Provider (LSP) can help. Imagine working with a company that can seamlessly integrate with your business to provide language services just like they were created in-house but without hiring a large multilingual staff. What if you could easily communicate in any language with your employees and customers around the world through centralized language services?
A professional LSP can deliver several solutions to help you globalize including:
Connecting with the right language access company is imperative. When deciding on an effective partner, look for one that takes the time to become intimately familiar with your company, your products, and the multilingual audiences you serve. Consider asking these questions:
One company recently chose LanguageLine Solutions to meet its translation demands because it couldn’t scale without the partnership of a professional language services company.
World Wide Technology (WWT) is a global technology integrator with more than $7 billion in annual revenue and over 3,000 employees. Through its culture of innovation, WWT inspires, builds and delivers business results, from idea to outcome.
LanguageLine’s full suite of language solutions is bridging the language gap between their non-English speaking clients and their projects as well as improving employee communication around the world.
LanguageLine Solutions has partnered with WWT to provide translation and localization, training, and on-demand phone interpreting to enable accurate and meaningful communication with WWT’s global employees and customers whose English proficiency is limited.
Through both written translation and spoken interpreting, WWT now has access to trained professional linguists in more than 240 languages 24/7/365, all from one provider. LanguageLine is working closely with WWT to build integration channels to allow for quick and easy project turnaround. Translation service requests are now routed to LanguageLine Solutions, ensuring proper budget approvals and oversite via WWT’s internal ticket system. Through interpreting and translation, WWT can now ensure smooth business interactions anywhere in the world.
According to Mark Franke, Vice President of Global Supply Chain for WWT, “LanguageLine’s experience and knowledge, as well as their client service, will help us achieve global growth and communicate with our internal and external customers.”
How can we help your company grow?
*Common Sense Advisory Report 2012