Privacy Matters—Document Translation for Confidential Documents

  |  April 18, 2018

Your privacy matters for your business’ document translation.

Like many businesses, the majority of the content you publish is for public dissemination. But what about the documentation—internal or otherwise—that needs to be kept confidential? How can you ensure that sensitive material remains confidential while going through the document translation process? By working with a professional, of course! When you work with a professional... Read More

5 Tips for Choosing the Best Translation Company

  |  April 11, 2018

Do you know the top five tips for choosing the best translation company for your business?

When choosing a translation vendor to partner with for your company’s international documentation needs, it’s difficult to predict exactly what you’ll get with each one. It’s even harder to know what questions you should be asking throughout the evaluation process to ensure that your needs are met. Your business should be working with the best translation agency,... Read More

A Day in the Life of a Translation Services Project Manager

  |  April 4, 2018

The project manager is a crucial player in the translation services process.

Do you spend your whole day thinking about translation services? Probably not, but that’s because the project management team at International Language Services does it for you! You might be unaware that ILS assigns a dedicated and responsive translation project manager to every client, who sees that client through from the project’s beginning to its... Read More

The Corporate Communications Pieces You Should Be Translating—and May Not Be

  |  March 14, 2018

Are you translating the corporate communications pieces you should be to keep your business successful?

Any company doing business in international markets knows that appropriately translated corporate communications are essential for conducting business well. Global businesses may not only face language barriers routinely with their clients, but also might run into difficulties communicating internal policies and procedures with employees. International offices enable greater access to global markets, but businesses often... Read More