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Important facts that make us the Italian translation leader:
* Quality certified Italian translation services using only qualified and experienced native speakers. Every document we translate is completely proofread by a second Italian translator at no added cost to you.
* Cost-effective pricing - the most competitive in the industry. Free inclusive proofreading as mandated by our certification and no hidden costs (other companies can charge a 25% up charge).
* Word counts are based on source documents, not the unknown or estimated number of words in the target language (many companies charge 30% more on a theoretical "after" number of words).
* On-time for every project - we guarantee it! We have the resources and methodology to handle any project in a timely manner - our vast list of references will give you assurances!
* Personalized service with assigned Customer Service Coordinators for a single point of contact. The experience of our team sets us apart.
* Comprehensive services: Italian translation, proofreading, document formatting and Desktop Publishing. We also offer free pre-press proofreading, to ensure your printed material is set as it was intended!
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* Certified to CGSB131.10 & EN15038 for Translation Services. These Standards are used as a defining factor in determining if you are using a "trusted" translation provider.
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* Experienced, native-speaking Italian translators
* Italian software and Website localization
* International translation company - offices in the USA, CANADA, EU
* Easy Italian translation quoting and service available worldwide
* Wide range of Italian specialty and industry translators
* Translation memory to save you time and money in the future
Our knowledgeable staff will help you every step of the way. Our customer service and quality will bring you back!
Our Italian Document Translation Services include:
* Technical Manual Translation
* Instruction Manual Translation (including SOP Translation)
* Medical Translation
* Business Translation into Italian
* Website Translation & Website Localisation
* Legal Translation, including Contract translation, RFP translation, patent translation, Corporate translation.
* Brochure Translation
* Budget Report Translation
* Letter Translation
* Translation of Marketing Materials
* Employee Handbook Translation
* MSDS Translation
* Software Translation
* Human Resources Documentation Translation
* Apps Translation Services & Localization
* PPT Translation (Translation of PowerPoint Presentations)
* Policy Manual Translation
* Translation of Financial Reports
* Translation of Surveys
* Translation of Catalogues
* Translate Product Literature
* Package Translation
A few of our other Italian services:
* Italian Document Translation
* Italian Simultaneous Interpretation
* Italian Linguistic Validation
* Italian Consecutive Interpretation
* Italian Transcription Services
* Italian Typesetting and Graphics
* Italian Voiceovers and Subtitling
* Italian Staffing Solutions
* Italian Multicultural Marketing
* Italian Document Management
* Italian Deposition Services
* Italian Virtual Data Services
* Italian Conference Interpreters
* Italian Desktop Publishing
The Italian Language:
Language Overview: Italian is the official language of Italy. The Italian language has a classification of Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Italo-Western, and Italo-Dalmatian.
Regions Spoken: Italian is also spoken in other countries like Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Egypt, Eritrea, France, Germany, Israel, Libya, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Paraguay, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Tunisia, United Arab Emirate, United Kingdom, Uruguay, USA, and Vatican State.
Population: The total population of Italian speakers in Italy is 55,000,000. That number includes people who use Italian as a first language, are native bilinguals of Italian and another language and those who use Italian as a second language. The total population of all the people who speak Italian, in the whole world, is 61,489,984 (which means that there are 6,489,984 people who speak Italian and do not live in Italy).
Alternate Names: Italian is also called Italiano.
Dialects: Some Italian dialects are Tuscan, Abruzzese, Pugliese, Umbrian, Laziale, Central Marchigiano, Cicolano-Reatino-Aquilano, and Molisano. There are also regional varieties that coexist with the standard language; some are naturally meaningless to other people of different varities, unless they have learned them (slang). Aquilano, Molisano and Pugliese are very different from other Italian dialects. Piemontese and Sicilian are distinct enough that they can be considered different languages. Venetian and Lombard are also different. Neapolitan is reported to be meaningless to the speakers of Standard Italian.
Brief History: There are similarities between Italian and other languages: 89% with French, 87% with Catalan, 85% with Sardinian, 82% with Spanish, 78% with Rheto-Romance, and 77% with Rumanian. Italian is an official language. Most Italians with use varieties along a continuum from standard to regional to local, depending on what is appropriate for the situation. Nearly half of the Italian population do not use Standard Italian as their first language, they use a certain variety/dialect (regional version of the language). About 2.5% of Italy's population was able to speak standard Italian when Italy became a unified nation in 1861.