Do you have a business or marketing document and need it to translate into Japanese?
You've come to the right place. Alexfromsd.com is founded by an experienced
translator who has worked with half a hundred international translation agencies
around the world and who has grown quite knowledgeable about the industry. You can rest
assured that a real professional will translate your important document,
not a moonlighter or person between jobs who just try to get pocket money.
No Machine Translation (MT) or automated system will be used when translating
your document. As a result, your translation will be a fruit of the human brain’s
activities that add style and creativity to translations. It may sound exaggerated,
but a translation process without MT or automated system is becoming rare in the
industry. Large corporate translation agencies have invested in Machine Translation,
especially Statistical Machine Translation, and many freelances are using some
of sophisticated auto-translation system. Both are equally efficient and economical
but they just generate “output”, just like a production line! Translation is not a
commodity; it's something like a luxury handmade item.
It’s best to buy a translation from the country where the target language is
spoken. Suppose you live in Europe and need to translate a German document into
French, would you use a translation agency based in Asia? Certainly, you
wouldn’t! You would agree that it’s safer to use an agency based in Europe,
preferably in France. But what will happen if you need to translate into
Japanese and if you choose to use a translation agency based in Europe? The
agency you choose will most likely take their share and outsource the job to an
agency based in low-wage Asian or Eastern European countries. Then, the
agency in a low-income country take their share and outsource
the job to a freelancer. They will visit a translator’s directory, send out a mass mail to
every single translators on the list, and pick the lowest bidder. So, why not cut out the middlemen and try
to get a free quote direct from Japan?
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