One option is to search through your local directory for the agencies around you that provide Russian translations. Doing this gives you the opportunity to visit the local offices of the translation agency and discussing with the team leader.
The web is another good avenue for finding Russian translation services. It’s quick, flexible and very convenient. If you have no problem exchanging your files electronically then this is an ideal option. However, it is important that you go about your search carefully. You can improve the outcome of your search by using the right keywords. Instead of simply typing in the words ‘translation service’, specify the type of translation service that you’d use (e.g. ‘Russian translations’).
Different translation offices will have varying quotes based on your needs. Most translation services base their charges on the amount of words (e.g. per 1000 words). Understandably, the cheapest agencies are not likely to guarantee the best Russian translations. You can however get quality translations by negotiating with the right firm. Be sure to iron out the issues of payment before you proceed. Find out if the firm has any policies on refunds or discounts for cancelled or delayed projects.
You can learn more about an agency offering Russian translations by reviewing the details behind their operation. For instance, how do they hire their Russian translators? The best Russian translations are typically those done by native speakers. This is because of their vast familiarity with the language and local culture. The translator should also be expected to handle translations into his own native language. Reading through the feedback left by former clients will also give you an idea of what to expect.
You’ll also need to carefully evaluate the quality control methods used by the translation service. Most of the larger translation firms typically have special teams that handle the editing and proofreading of the final translation. Be sure to ask if this feature is included within your payment or if you need to pay extra for that.
If you require Russian translations on several technical subjects then you’ll also need to review the technical qualifications of the translator. You can significantly reduce the amount of errors that might emerge by having the source document translated by a professional who is familiar with the related field. If you’re not convinced about the company’s ability to provide what you require, request for a sample.
Different agencies store their translations in various file formats. Some agencies work with pdf files while others work with docx. Some agencies might even offer a combination of both. Depending on what your intended use is, be sure to specify what your preferred format is. This will make it easier for you. Finally, it is always a good idea to review your completed translation after it has been done. You can either do this on your own or have it done by someone suitably qualified that you trust.
Charlene Lacandazo is part of the marketing team at Rosetta Translation, a leading translation agency in London and Shanghai.
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