LSP Support

Translation Source supports some of the world’s leading language companies with a variety of Spanish, French, Portuguese and Italian sub-contracting translation services.

We help you provide better service and increase your product quality and responsiveness to end clients.

Whether you need a team of 12 subject-matter expert translators to deliver 800,000 words in 30 days, a full-scale outsourcing solution that minimizes project management on your end, or an effective transcreation campaign for the Hispanic market, Translation Source can provide you with a unique, customized solution based upon proven processes and expertise.

Our value proposition for language companies includes the following:

  • Exclusive focus on Spanish (U.S., Latin American and European), French (Canadian and European), Portuguese (Brazilian and European) and Italian: this allows us to pass our cost efficiencies on to you while minimizing your challenges in sourcing, project management, quality assurance and customer service.
  • Internal organization by verticals of subject matter expertise: this guarantees the highest quality production of translated content.
  • Professional project management with flexible levels of back-office integration: this allows your company to minimize operational tasks while maximizing your focus on solving your clients’ needs.
  • Unique understanding of U.S.-based customers, without the associated risks of offshoring.
  • Full integration of translation memory tools – from Trados to MemoQ  and SDLX – and supporting services such as desktop publishing and transcreation: this creates savings and minimizes project management overhead on your end.
  • Competitive pricing and absolute confidentiality
  • U.S. minority-owned business certification: this enhances your company’s opportunities to do business with government and multinational entities.
  • Proven reliability through 8 years of service and a no-cutting-corners attitude. Our solutions include translation, editing and quality assurance by separate professional linguists.