Dedication, Precision and Knowledge
At Scriptware, we speak the language of finance. Clear, concise and precise. We know translating financial documents is not as straightforward as it may sound. Apt knowledge of the applicable terminology is needed, as well as a company that heeds the professional ethics concerning confidentiality. We’ve built an expert team of dedicated translators that is equipped to handle complex financial texts and meet tight deadlines.
In the world of finance, using the right terms is very important. Building translation memories (TMs), however, is our strong suit.
With a well coordinated TM your translation projects become more consistent, and even better over time. Our project managers know how to find the right workflow for your project and set you up for success.
Some financial content just cannot stay the same when you use it in, say, India and the US.
There are terms, currencies and cultural nuances that need to be dealt with in translation. Our localization experts know what’s at stake and make sure the translation fits the bill.
For some types of content, speed and volume are more important than fluency. Some texts are just practical.
For these kinds of texts, using machine translation might be a cost-efficient solution for your translation challenge. MT offers speed. Combining MT with human post-editing, results in speedy quality.
Sometimes your source texts can do with a little pruning. They might be written by many different writers, or inconsistencies may have slipped in over the years. We know how important consistency is, and can help you straighten your source texts out before the translating even starts.
For proper translation of all your financial documentation, it is crucial to know what an efficient translation process looks like for you. Every company is different, which justifies the need for an individually tailored workflow. Find out what is important and what works for your business.
We offer a wide range of services to make sure we can satisfy your every translation need. The following services, however, are often the most relevant to the financial sector.