We understand that documents are dynamic, and changes or updates might arise post-translation. We have a comprehensive process in place to ensure that your updated content is seamlessly integrated and remains consistent with the previously translated material.

Review of Changes

We ask clients to clearly highlight or annotate the changes in the document. This ensures that our translators focus precisely on the areas that need alterations without overlooking any new additions.

Dedicated Translator Assignment

Whenever possible, we aim to assign the same translator or team who worked on the original document. This promotes consistency and ensures that the tone, style, and terminologies used in the initial translation are carried through in the updates.

Quality Assurance

After the changes have been implemented, the updated sections undergo a rigorous quality check. This isn't just about linguistic accuracy; it's about ensuring that the new content aligns harmoniously with the existing translated text, offering a seamless reading experience.

Client Feedback

Once the updates are integrated, we provide clients with the revised translation for review. This step is crucial as it allows for any further tweaks or refinements based on client feedback, ensuring complete satisfaction.

Final Proofreading

Every updated translation undergoes a final proofreading phase. This is to catch any potential oversights and to guarantee that the document flows naturally, even with the newly added or changed sections.

Archiving and Documentation

For future reference and to expedite any further changes, all versions of translated documents, along with their updates, are securely archived. This not only aids in consistency for future projects but also ensures quick turnarounds for any subsequent modifications.

We pride ourselves on our adaptability and commitment to quality. Whether it's a minor change or a substantial update, our goal is to provide our clients with translations that are both accurate and coherent, no matter how many iterations it undergoes.

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