The benefit of entrusting your content to us


Knowing how to hold a bow is essential in archery, but it’s nowhere near enough to win gold at the Olympics. Expert archers do a lot more than pull back their arms and set their gaze: They know how to calculate the best trajectory based on the distance from the target; they know the characteristics of the different types of bows; they know how to keep their hand steady at the crucial moment; and they know how to get the highest score with the arrows they have available.

In the same way, translating the documentation for a product is essential for promoting it abroad, but it’s not enough to set that product apart from the competition. To be able to do this, you need to be familiar with the differences between various cultures, use tools that can prepare any kind of file, anticipate and deal with technical problems, and optimize the available budget. In other words, you need expert archers, i.e. localization professionals.

Becoming an expert archer requires many hours of practice and study, but also passion, hard work, determination, collaboration with teammates, and fair competition with opponents. Becoming a localization professional requires the same spirit, and this is the spirit that we’ve been using to help companies communicate with their customers all over the world since 1997.

When you entrust the localization of your multimedia content to us, you’ll be getting much more than just a translated text. You’ll be able to count on the expertise of our in-house team and the more than 300 mother tongue partners we work with. You’ll also be able to count on the industry's most advanced CAT tools: This software allows us to handle less common file formats and to offer you maximum quality while respecting both your budget and deadlines. And, most of all, you’ll be counting on a language services provider with 300 clients around the world, over 20 years of experience in the industry, and a constant desire to grow. Because there’s only one thing harder than winning a gold at the Olympics: winning it again.