If you’re looking for translation service with a focus on the tech industry, you’re in the right place. We offer a range of services, including software localisation, technical writing, contracts and website translations.
Translation that makes the technical comprehendible
The technology industry is cutting edge and so communications need to effectively convey new concepts. Translation services from Kwintessential can ensure your technical documents aren’t diluted as they’re translated, so their message is protected whatever language you need them in.
Whether your business is in computer software, hosting or web design, we can translate technology documents (to help with multilingual testing), manuals and promotional materials, while maintaining the integrity and acumen of each.
If you would like more information on how we can help with tech and IT translations, please get in touch for a breakdown.
Technology savvy translators
As a translation agency, we pride ourselves on our understanding of the technology sector. Our translators are all qualified professionals with experience translating specific sector terminology, and can hit the ground running when it comes to highly technical content.
As well as appreciating the nuances of the technology sector, our linguists are trained in working with businesses to help meet objectives and are experienced in interpreting different forms to make sure you get the maximum results for your translation.
Technology client testimonials
We have a wide range of clients from across the technology sector. Some of our more recent clients include:
- Rheinmetall Technical Publications
- NIIT Technologies
- Variflo Water Technology
- Geosynthetic Technology
- Logan Technologies
- 21st Century Technology Solutions
- Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology
“I am very impressed with your service. The reason I chose Kwintessential is because you came in the cheapest out of 3 other companies. Although you were the cheapest, I do not feel like I got a cheap service. The quality of the translation was first class.” International Game Technology