Our agency provides translation services in numerous languages and subject matters quickly and flexibly.
We can handle your translation tasks, among others, in the following language pairs: English-Hungarian, Hungarian-English, German-Hungarian, Hungarian-German, Russian-Hungarian, Hungarian-Russian, French-Hungarian, Hungarian-French, Italian-Hungarian, Hungarian-Italian, Spanish-Hungarian, and Hungarian-Spanish, plus Romanian, Japanese and Chinese, and you can also turn to us with special requests.
As for the subject matters covered, we are ready to handle technical, legal, business, IT and financial translations, as well as a wide range of other translation and revision tasks.
Our translation agency and the translators we work with are certified to prepare attested translations in accordance with legal regulations. These documents have been accepted by a large number of official bodies all over the world. In specific cases apostilles can also be arranged. Learn more about our attested translations.
We are able to handle a wide variety of projects with quick turnarouds because we cooperate with more than 100 highly experienced translators on a contractual basis. When translating your document, the following work phases contribute to the deadline:
it takes time to prepare the texts, for example:
to perform character recognition and conversion of PDF files into editable format
to analyse any previous translations so that you can save costs thanks to repeated texts
to prepare your unique terminology (a vocabulary unique to your case) to be used with the source text
It also takes time to finalise the completed translations:
to check the work
to revise sentence-by-sentence as requested
unification: a highly experienced translator handles 10 to 15 pages per day. In the case of larger quantities or shorter deadlines, it is increasingly necessary to involve multiple translators and thus to unify the text
to update the layout (the lengths of the source and the target texts are usually different due to the different languages)
to format the text, especially if InDesign or other special software are used
to issue the authentication at request
to allow time for the courier or the postal service, if an electronic copy is not sufficient