Working in the IT sector requires being at the cutting edge of technology. ULG understands the importance of embracing new, innovative resources and measures of security when providing IT translations.
ULG has over two decades of experience delivering quality translations, interpreting phone support, and localization services to companies in the technology sector. Our experience has allowed us to analyze trends over time and create effective strategies working in the industry, bridging cultural barriers to gain a broader reach in global markets. Successful in-country review and validation steps help assure a quality translation that is customized to fit each client’s specific needs. ULG’s highly trained, subject matter expert OPI interpreting network can provide the global support necessary for 24/7 IT customer service needs.
Precise translation and adherence to deadlines is crucial for technical translations and language support, and ULG’s technology and ISO-certified security processes ensure clients receive quality projects which meet the necessary turnaround time.
View our specialized language services for IT.
Translation and Validation
Engineering and Publishing
Voiceover and Subtitling
Policies and Procedures
Desktop, Server, and Mobile systems
Web Application User Interfaces
Content Management Systems
IT Support and Troubleshooting
Over-the-Phone Interpreting Support
Desktop Server & Software Applications
Internalization Software Testing
“The project management and staff at United Language Group are professional and knowledgeable. They always ensure that translations are delivered in a timely manner. It has been a pleasure working with your team!”
– #1 Global Provider of Enterprise Storage Systems (PC Tracker, May 2016)
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