15 Jun Document Translation Over the Phone – is it Possible?
Document Translation Over the Phone is possible. There are lots of companies nowadays offering traditional translation from different languages. Some of them are open 24/7. When you need to have your document translated, this is where you would go. But, what do you do when you have a document written in a foreign language that you need to know if it is important enough to have it fully translated? This is where document translation over the phone comes in.
The benefits of Document Translation Over the Phone
Live document translation is a new way of translating documents and it comes with some benefits and advantages for the client a normal translation company won’t be able to offer:
Fast delivery: all you have to is create an account, upload your document and schedule your “meeting” with the trans-interpreter. At the time of your choosing, LDT will call both you and the trans-interpreter, and you can have your questions answered in minutes.
A lot cheaper: telephone translation saves up to 70% of what a written translation would cost. In a few minutes of chatting with a trans-interpreter, you’ll be able to find out what the document is about.
Much more convenient: the LDT system will call you when YOU want. You’ll be able to chat with the translator as long as you want until all your questions are answered.
Flexibility: you get to know the content of your document, and if you deem it important, you can also ask for a written translation, at a special price. As soon as your document translation over the phone session has ended, you will receive a special quote for written translation. You can also contact our project managers by live-chat at any time and they will provide you with a quote whenever you want.
Availability: Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can have a trans-interpreter on the phone when you want, even if it’s during the weekend.
As you can see, document translation over the phone is possible and has multiple advantages over traditional translation. So, would you use it next time you have a document you need to understand?