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SwissGlobal: a language services provider for the long run

Sprachdienstleister

What is the difference between a translation agency and a language services provider?

A translation agency in Switzerland has internal and external specialists and assigns translation orders to its pool of qualified translators. That is the main role of a translation agency, and in most cases it doesn’t offer any other services. As a language services provider, however, SwissGlobal does so much more. We cover numerous areas of multilingual communication – in every language combination and cultural region you require. We provide the following services, as well as many others:

  • Specialised translation
  • Editing and proofreading
  • Transcreation
  • Post-editing

In addition to traditional translation services, SwissGlobal offers complementary services in the following areas:

  • Transcription
  • Copywriting
  • Desktop publishing
  • Terminology management
  • Translation memories

As you can see, language services providers offer an entire language package.

Why is SwissGlobal the best partner for your projects?

Innovation, quality and reliability – our expertise as a language services provider is reflected in these three core elements.

SwissGlobal keeps abreast of the latest technological breakthroughs and employs them to your advantage. Our experts combine state-of-the-art technology with Swiss tradition – resulting in a perfect product.

As an ISO-certified language services provider, we also guarantee the highest security standards when handling your data. Our qualified specialists have many years of industry experience, expertise in their specific field, and always translate into their own mother tongue. This enables us to deliver faultless translations that are understood all over the world.

SwissGlobal attaches great importance to long-term collaboration because we believe that strong partnerships result in the best translation solutions. As a company, you can fully rely on our experience in multilingual corporate communication.