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A seasoned ELISSSA CORPORATION SERVICES project manager will lead your work; they’re your dedicated representative, in charge of managing your translation, communication, and multilingual projects. Your project manager within the agency is highly experienced; they’re adept at solving any potential issues on language, software, deadlines, processes or budget, and will be able to answer all of your questions. They are familiar with different communication styles based on sector and language; they know specifics about their multinational languages and can guide you through the purchase and management of your project. They can also recommend how to select the most suitable translators for your projects.
Translation and localization of documents represents around 80% of our business, and interpretation around 20%. Last year alone, ELISSA CORPORATION SERVICES translated over 15 million words for more than one thousand different clients, including some of the largest companies in France, Europe and around the world.

Golden rule: professionals who translate exclusively into their native language


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ELISSA CORPORATION SERVICES handles your translation projects 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We have an online platform devoted exclusively to your organization where orders can be placed and dealt with outside office hours.


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