(PRWEB) March 20, 2014
WordWok.net has announced the availability of cheap English to Chinese translations, while also announcing the expansion of their translation team. The announcements are related, as the presence of additional yet experienced translators will allow the company to increase the volume of translations while continuing to offer rapid turnaround times.
"We are very excited that we will be able to continue to offer our affordable translation services to even more clients than ever before," said a representative with WordWok.net. "Our new translators are very skilled and have spent a great deal of time learning the way our company operates and how we go about the translation process."
The company is known throughout the translation service industry for its thorough translation process. WordWok.net employs native Chinese and native English speakers who are fluent in both languages, allowing for a collaborative process to take place. This process helps to create a translated document that conveys the original intent of the author or speaker in a way that is understood by a person of another culture.
"We have always been very proud of our ability to offer very fast turnaround times on our translations," said the representative. "Having new translators working with us has allowed us to expand our client base while also continuing to offer quality services and quick turnaround times."
According to the company, they are able to translate up to 2,000 words per day on a document. The company is able to translate at this rapid rate while also providing translations that are "accurate, beautiful and clear."
"Our new translators understand what we are trying to accomplish with each translated document," said the representative. "We have always made it very clear that we believe translation is an art form, and our new translators are skilled in this artistry. We want to ensure that we maintain the high standards that we have set for our company, and that includes producing translations that clearly express the intent of the original author or speaker in another language."