Our aim at Workplace Translation is to work closely with our customers to fully understand their translation and localisation requirements in order to help them meet their communication objectives.
The case studies illustrate some of the successful projects we’ve produced for our clients and demonstrates how we continue to deliver quality and accurate results with excellent cost savings.
Workplace Translation saved Antonia £17,000 on translation costs!
The sia Group based in Frauenfeld ranks amongst the world’s top 3 suppliers of flexible abrasives. It develops, manufacturers and markets complete abrasive systems tailored to specific requirements and applications for surface preparation and finishing of all kinds. This commitment has made abrasive processes into true surface technologies. Employing approximately 1, 250 people worldwide, sia Abrasives generates more than 90% of its sales outside Switzerland.
sia Fibral Ltd were previously restricted to the use of a company nominated by their Head Office in Switzerland. Having been given the freedom to source local translation services, Antonia Ketteringham, Marketing Assistant found Workplace Translation (through Google) and employed us to translate their corporate brochure from English to French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German and Chinese-Mandarin all to be delivered in Adobe DTP, Indesign.
Utilising the latest software and supplying highly qualified linguists with in-depth industry knowledge and expertise ensured the delivery of quality and accurate brochure translations with huge cost savings to the customer. The projects were delivered in less than two weeks!
Antonia was very pleased, especially as we had saved the company over £17,000. Our prices and quality of service proved to be much better value.
I used Workplace to translate English into Bengali, Hindi and Punjabi for my business. I was very impressed with the turnaround of my request and how willing they were to help when I had questions relating to what they had sent through. They seemed genuinely interested in ensuring I was completely satisfied with their work.
Workplace Translation Ltd was contracted by the Textiles Centre of Excellence to deliver Health & Safety, English language and mentoring support for 22 workers from the "new" EU member states who were employed by Small Medium Enterprises based within the Objective 2 Districts of West Yorkshire.The programme, which ran between January 2006 and June 2006, was supported financially by the Learning & Skills Council and the European Social Fund. Workplace Translation was successful in the delivery of the project, over-achieving on the number of beneficiaries trained, without exceeding the agreed budget. Feedback received from the companies was positive. The Textile Centre of Excellence would be happy to work with Workplace Translation Ltd again should further funding become available for a similar project.