Sacile, Italy (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
In early 2012 Sona Steklac - Linguistic Solutions, a translation and interpretation company created by Sona Steklac, began working with the General Court in both Treviso and Venice in a translation and interpretation capacity. The bulk of the work they've undertaken in this area is during criminal proceedings but also as part of the appellate court or what is also know as the court of appeals. The services offered by Sona Steklac being particularly important because of the multicultural influences in this part of the world, including the Balkans, so having a translation and interpretation team which can offer the courts in Treviso and Venice an English/Italian/Slovakian translation facility is a smart investment on the part of the Italian courts.
When asked for her thoughts on how this will affect her business Sona Steklac, the creative force driving firm forward shared the following, "Working with the court system in Italy has been a real boon for my business because not only is there an ongoing demand for our services but in a roundabout way working within the legal system gives you an invisible 'seal of approval' which other businesses throughout the country then pay attention to. In short the fact that the Italian court system trusts the quality of our work has resulted in an unexpected growth spurt for our business".
The fact that firm has expanded in this manner, and into such a professional realm of business, is no real surprise when the work ethic this company has shown over the years. Their commitment to their core values of providing the most professional translation/interpretation, real value for money, exceptional customer service and timely results finally seems to have paid dividends for them in a very major way.
About Sona Steklac - Linguistic Solutions
This company offers an Italian/Czech/English translation and interpretation service to both businesses and individuals to assist them in creating linguistic bridges for trade or personal reasons. With offices in both Italy and Slovakia they are ideally situated to provide their unique support services across a number of borders.