Translation network opens up the EU to Intonation

Posted on 02 Nov 2015

Translation network opens up the EU to Intonation

Intonation is making its mark on the European translation industry thanks to our membership of Eulogia. As a pan-European consortium of 20 translation companies, Eulogia allows just one member per EU language - but only if they meets its stringent quality standards.

Members must prove that they use only mother tongue subject specialist translators and to ensure this is the case, Eulogia's strict quality charter requires that translators are tested.

So why did we join? We get to meet with other members on a regular basis to exchange information and share knowledge. Eulogia's also an excellent platform for members to pool experience, expertise and technology so, by joining forces with fellow members, we're always able to meet our customers' requirements.

Eulogia's also a great way of keeping our finger on the pulse of the translation industry as it keeps us up to date with the latest news and developments.

Dan Peachey, Commercial Director at Intonation said, "Being part of a professional international organisation such as Eulogia is a great privilege and its members include some of the best translation companies in the industry.

"Eulogia gives us access to a wider network of trusted translators and specialised people within the EU. This means we're able to offer customers a greater choice of language/subject combinations and peace of mind when it comes to quality. What's more, Eulogia's a great marketing tool for us to reach customers in Europe," explained Dan.

This rapidly-expanding consortium was founded over two decades ago and just some of the current EU member countries include Estonia, Finland, Portugal, Slovenia, Italy and Bulgaria. To find out more about Eulogia and discover which translation companies are members, visit www.eulogia.eu.

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