About our Basic translation service
Balancing price and quality, our Basic service is carried out by a qualified, sector-experienced translator and includes two in-built quality assurance cycles.
Why use our Basic translation service?
- Ideal document types: Publishable material (printed or digital), technical documentation, learning materials for public use.
- Best for: Striking the right balance between budget and high quality. This service can be scaled up for tighter deadlines and individual sections can also be sent to us for an upgrade.
- Not recommended for: Business-critical, decision-driving content. Consider upgrading to Specialist to match this quality.
Examples of documents
Printed brochures, important technical documentation, learning materials for public use, publishable information either printed or in digital format.
- A professional, highly qualified mother-tongue translator
- Terminology research
- Integral proofread
- Project Management included
- Two client review cycles
- Wolfestone’s cutting-edge translation technology
2,000 words per day, but can be scaled up if you have a particularly tight deadline.
This service may not always achieve the impactful style you are looking for when applied to high-level, complex subject matters, or where style and on-brand messaging is crucial. Consider upgrading to Specialist to match this quality. You can also always send the whole document or sections of it to us for an upgrade.
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What our Basic translation service offers:
- Specialist translator
- Integral proof review
- Terminology review
- Advanced QA
- 2 review cycles
Our other service levels
For large volumes of text that is needed for comprehension only
Value-for-money translation by a skilled and knowledgeable translator
For business-critical translations that will inform opinions and drive decisions
A multi-linguistic translation service focused on emotive impact & brand integrity
Our Creative service is a high-level, conversion-focused translation process involving what is known as transcreation.