What services does your translation company offer?
Australian Multilingual, Australia’s leading interpreting and translation company, provides services into all languages.
We offer comprehensive and scalable solutions to meet each of our clients’ unique needs.
Prestigious clients from all industry sectors work with us on a daily basis. They enjoy a complete range of services, including the translation and localization of websites, videos, marketing materials, technical papers and patents. In other words, we translate all types of commercial and business materials.
Our complete video translation service attracts increasingly high demand from our clients. This service offers professional voice over recording into over 100 languages, as well as script transcription and translation, multilingual subtitling and screen super text editing, in addition to complete audio and visual post production.
Private clients also enjoy our specialist personal document NAATI certified translation services. We translate all types of official document, including Birth Certificates and Passports, migration and legal documents.
For official document translation, we provide certified translations by NAATI accredited translators, in line with Australian Government requirements.
In addition to our full range of translation services, we also provide interpreter services for a variety of requirements, including conferences, court appearances, business meetings and medical appointments.
Further complementary services include proofreading, typesetting and printing.
Why should I choose your company?
Australian Multilingual Services has been providing language translation services since 2004. We translate every type of document, into every language.
During our fifteen years in the translation business, we have created a broad panel of tried and tested expert translators. Most of our translators have worked with us for all of this time.
To date, we have provided high quality professional interpreting and translation services to over 30,000 satisfied customers.
You can be assured that we will provide an instant reply to your quote request, respect the agreed deadline and produce the high quality work you require, whilst offering the best value for money.
Which languages does your company translate into?
Name a language and we can translate either from or into! Our extensive panel of professional translators work in more than 100 languages, including French, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, German, Indonesian, Japanese, Latin, Greek, Russian and Vietnamese. Please visit our languages page for a comprehensive list of the most popular languages that we translate.
Will my material be treated with confidentiality?
Yes, a reputable translation company will guarantee that all material will be treated with utmost confidentiality. Non Disclosure Agreements are available on request.
How much does your translation company charge and how do I pay?
Translation company charges are based on the number of words in the original document (source words) to be translated, and the language. The translation fee also depends on the complexity of the text and the urgency for delivery. Simple personal documents are charged at a flat rate. Interpreting fees are based on an hourly rate.
For an instant free quote (during business hours), please either phone us on 1300 308 983, email a sample to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the enquiry form on our website.
We accept payment by credit card (Master Card, Visa and American Express), branch deposit and electronic bank transfer.
How long will it take to translate my document?
The standard translation turnaround is 2-3 days for most small jobs. We also offer same day and 24 hour express translation services for clients with urgent requirements. For more involved jobs, we provide a bespoke turnaround time, as part of our quote.
How can I deliver my document to you and how will I receive it back?
You can chose to either deliver your document by email or post, or drop by one of our 11 offices around Australia where our helpful staff will securely scan your document. Within the agreed turnaround time, we will email a draft translation to you for review. A final certified translation is then provided in electronic and/or hard copy formats, posted to your home or business address, as required.
What is the difference between translation and interpreting?
Translators are concerned with the written word. They render written text or recorded verbal matter from one language to another in a written text. Translators specialise in specific types of subject matter, e.g. law, health, science and technology. Translators undertake assignments which range from simple items, such as Birth Certificates, to more complex texts, such as articles for publication in specialist professional journals.
Interpreters are concerned with the spoken word. They render information and ideas from one language into another in an oral format. Interpreters are frequently required to work in both language directions, in health, legal, welfare and commerce scenarios. Conference interpreters are more commonly required to work in one language direction only – usually into their first language.
Why pay a translation company when I can get a free online translation?
Be wary of machine translations and free website translation software. Invariably, your message will not be conveyed to your audience as you intended, because grammatical errors and typos occur frequently with automated translation software.
Here is an interesting article about the limits of machine translation: https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2018/01/the-shallowness-of-google-translate/551570/
Moreover, a full-service translation company will take care of all the steps in your translation process, from discussing the design of a multi-lingual brochure, the handling of the actual translation through to typesetting and website registration with foreign search engines. A translation company is in control of quality all along the way, as well as of the budget and time frame.
Additionally, official documents in Australia must be translated with NAATI accreditation. Our NAATI accredited translations are highly regarded by Australian Government agencies.