Confluent Translations has launched a new Web site at www.confluenttranslations.com. From highlighting cultural gaffes to explaining budgeting for translation, Confluent Translation’s new Web site provides practical information and resources for anyone considering translations. The site features one-of-a-kind surveys that Confluent offers at no cost: the surveys were developed specifically to allow companies to ask their constituents around the world if translation would be helpful in doing business together. The surveys can be sent out in the targeted translation language, but responses can be scored without translation back into English.
“The Web site not only reflects the new company name and graphics, but also helps to focus on the information that we think matters most when considering translation,” stated Charlene Nagy, CEO of Confluent. “The message of the new Web site shows what the company does; bringing together the various parts of a successful effort in international business and merging it into a message that is clearly delivered no matter where a client does business.”
Confluent’s new Web site also features cultural material and videos where languages can be learned, both specifically written for business communication so mistakes can be avoided.
Confluent Translations changed its name in 2010 after 19 years doing business as NCS.
“The new name reflects who we are and how we do business. It is the confluence of talent, listening, hard work and attention to details that has maintained Confluent’s growth and longevity with its clients,” commented Nagy.
Confluent Translations, LLC is a professional language translation services firm located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania which has been in business since 1992. For more information about Confluent, visit www.confluenttranslations.com.
Jonathan runs Visibility Initiatives at the Pittsburgh Technology Council. The Council is the nation’s largest IT trade association with 1,350 members. One of our platforms is to provide visibility to Pittsburgh tech companies and the industry in general.