It is understandable that people would want to have their Russian translation completed within (or preferably before) the agree deadline. Many people would also like to have their document translated by affordable Russian translation agencies within their neighborhood. However, as desirable as these factors might be, it also important that people take into consideration a crucial fourth factor—the importance of quality.
It’s also easy to understand why people are concerned about cost. Given the opportunity, most people would prefer to pay less for more. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out this way. More often than not, the cheapest Russian translation offices tend to provide low quality work that really cannot be used for anything official or productive. If you want to get accurate results, you’ll need to be ready to pay for this. You don’t necessarily need to pay for the most expensive services, but do not expect to find quality services below the average rate.
Different agencies charge varying rates for Russian translations. Most translation agencies charge per 1000 words. As a rule freelancers are typically more affordable than Russian translation agencies but lack the robust structure and support of the latter. Before you proceed with a project, be sure to ensure that the provided quote price is fixed.
The price might also be affected by the technical content of the document or the source language in which it is being translated from. For instance, it might cost less if you’re translating a Russian document from English than if you were translating it from Polish.
It is also important that you carefully assess the quality of the Russian translators in the employ of a translation firm. Find out more about the hiring process behind their professionals. What qualifications does the agency use? To get accurate Russian translations, agencies typically prefer that people translate into their native language. Find out how many native translators are available on the team and use this in making a decision.
The technical experience of the translators is also a vital factor—particularly if the source document is rife with such content. For accurate results when translating Russian, you should choose translators who have some experience in the subject matter. An effective way of reviewing the performance of an agency is to request for some samples. Reading through the articles will give you an idea about the abilities of the agency.
Finally, be sure to evaluate their quality control options. What methods does the agency have in place to guarantee quality Russian translations? Are the documents proof-read before submission? Are they edited by the same translator or a different team? Will the final document be consistent? Asking questions will give you a good idea of what to format. You’ll also be able to specify exactly what you want with your final results such as the type of format that you would like it delivered in.
Charlene Lacandazo is a marketing executive for Rosetta Translation, a leading Shanghai translation agency with its headquarters in London.
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