How to Use Your Phone's Conference-Call Feature to Connect with an Interpreter

Until recently, accessing an interpreter was typically done in one of two ways. Either an interpreter physically joined an onsite meeting, or individuals in the same location (like a doctor and a patient) would use their phone or a video conference to bring an interpreter into the conversation.

Today’s environment and the growing need for language support have some people perplexed. How can they incorporate an interpreter if all three parties (for example, the doctor, the patient, and the interpreter) are in three different locations? Is this even possible?

Yes, it is possible. In fact, there are two easy ways to access an interpreter that are equally simple, even if all three parties are all in different locations.

Here’s how it works.

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WEBINAR: How Business Leaders Are Using Mobile Interpreting to Improve Customer Experience, Boost Bottom Lines

Aware that society is becoming more diverse by the day, forward-looking businesses are implementing on-demand, mobile interpreting for their customer-facing teams. This allows them to use mobile devices to access live interpreters via audio or video in seconds.

The result is clear communication, regardless of language.

On March 25 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, LanguageLine will host a webinar titled “How Business Leaders Are Using App-Based Mobile Interpreting to Improve Customer Experience and Boost Their Bottom Lines.”

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