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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Where to Find Technical Translators

I was watching the news an hour ago and saw a segment that numerous companies are hiring people for technical jobs. Wow! If I could only turn back the time, I would take the IT course. In this generation that we have right now, graduate in IT's are in demand. They are the smart people in the technical world. Just the other day, our phone quit working for no apparent reason. We called the phone company and we were directed to the person in-charge for technical issues. When my husband explained the sound emanating from the phone, the representative knows the problem right away! With few touches in his computer, the dial tone of our phone came back to life! How cool is that?

Our generation needs IT experts and technical translators because without them, we will be in limbo when technical problem arises. They know what to do and they can translate technical documents. The numbers and codes are the forte of technical translation service. If you are looking for a technical translation agency, you might check out the links here. The head quarter of this technical translation company is in London. But, if you visit the Website, they have phone numbers listed or you can email them directly if you have questions. Go check it out!

1 comment:

  1. The importance of technical translation being accurate and efficient can indeed not be overstated. Especially in the ever faster moving world of globalized business, successful information and technology transfer within multinational businesses can make the difference between win or lose.

    But even marketing material that might at first glance not appear too technical may require a certain expertise in the field it deals with, as customers,too, grow more discerning and expect to be addressed on their own terms (i.e. their own language).


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