Connecticut Interpreters And Translators
With the globalization of the world economy and interconnectedness of people, countries, and cultures, demand for translation and interpretation services. Whether it be translating a court document or interpreting a doctor’s appointment, organizations and individuals across the country have relied on Cal Interpreting and Translations. With our teams of professional linguists, who focus on precision and customer satisfaction, we offer premium Connecticut interpreters and translators.
CIT has climbed to the top creating a high standard of excellence that other companies are still working to reach.
The incredible staff is a major factor in CIT’s success. Our expert services, 24/7 availability, and fast turnaround times speak for themselves. Our years of experience working with thousands of clients have helped maximize the quality of our service.
As veterans, we work with all types of clients and dress their needs on a personalized level. From large scale corporations to individual clients as well as month-long projects to hour-long assignments, CIT has done it all. We are glad to share our experienced perspective with you.
While focusing on accuracy, fast process times, and quality, CIT also puts a high value on trust. We understand that their translating and interpreting services involved private information. Regardless of the situation, CIT puts a premium on privacy and security.
The Nutmeg State
This state’s name comes from the Connecticut River, which bisects the it. Connecticut has one of the highest per-capita incomes, Human Development Indexes, and median household incomes in the United States while being the third smallest state by area. Connecticut has four nicknames: the “Nutmeg State” referring to their state’s history of selling wooden nutmegs; the “Provisions State”, referring to the states constant supply of food and cannons during the Revolutionary Ear; the “Land of Steady Habits” referring to the state’s steady support of their citizen’s choices; and the “Constitution State” referring to the historian John Fiske’s beliefs on the origin of the Constitution.
Since its inception, Connecticut has had a maritime culture because of its rivers and ports that continues to support its economy. The state’s diverse neighborhoods are exemplified by its rural towns in the north and its major industrial cities in the south. With its booming economy and large population, reliance on translation and interpretation services has increased.
Examples of these services include translating legal documentation, medical forms, and literary works, and interpreting business meetings, interviews, and political conferences.
CIT’s services break down languages barrier in order to connect people across different regions, cultures, and languages. Using quick response times, quality work, and focus on customer satisfaction, CIT’s Connecticut interpreters and Translators have helped us build a loyal customer base.