Tarjameh opens branch in Qatar
Amman/Doha, August 26, 2013
Tarjameh, a specialist in translation and linguistic services (tarjameh.com), has opened its new branch in Doha, less than six months after inaugurating its Riyadh office.
The company, which employs more than 1,000 full and part-time translators, said that the new branch would provide regional and international companies with the opportunity to benefit from the company’s services, which range from translation, editing, proofreading and content provision, along with other linguistic services that cover 70 per cent of the world’s languages.
Tarjameh CEO Mahmoud Al Abed said: “The company is keen on employing state-of-the-art technologies and software solutions to ensure time-efficient, high-quality and smooth services for our customers.”
In order to preserve the contextually and consistency of the translated texts, Tarjameh employs Translation Memory software in all its projects, which empowers its translators, spread in over 32 countries, to be consistent with their word choice.
“As we provide our services, we rely on a network of translators located all over the world, each of whom offers linguistic services in their respective mother tongues, along with qualified editors who assure a high quality of the produced text,” Al Abed added.
He pointed out that Tarjameh’s translation process includes three basic steps, starting with the account manager receiving the documents needed to be translated, then classifying them and handing them to translators specialized in the project’s field, and finally the texts being proofread and edited to assure an accurate output. – TradeArabia News Service
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