Looking for business translation services from a provider you can trust?
Language Marketplace delivers the best quality business translation services at competitive rates to clients like you. We don’t use machines to translate for you, we have trusted accredited or certified, university educated human translators who translate into their mother tongue. Regardless of how you need to work, our experienced in-house translators, tele-workers, or freelance translators, will provide you with exception customer service that will bring you back over and over.
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Not All Translation Services Are the Same
You’ve probably received dozens of advertisements for software packages that claim to meet every imaginable translation need, from literal translation through to complex legal contracts. These ads often include enticing statements like:
• Automatic complete text translation
• Translating without linguistic knowledge
• The complete text translator
• Save a lot of money! A translation program will do all
If you want to maintain the nuances and meaning of your original passages, trust human translation services by Language Marketplace.
No matter how sophisticated or expensive a translation program may be, it has major limitations. A software package can only do what it is programmed to do. Translation programs are fine for single word translation, but they cannot perform contextual translation. Regardless of the manufacturer’s claims, no software package can deal with the constantly changing nature of a living language. Legal, scientific, and specialized phrases and terms are a particularly problematic area for translation programs, but they also often have difficulty with simple homonyms and synonyms.