Texas Interpreters and Translators
Our firm made it easy for customers to schedule expert interpreters and have documents translated anywhere in the world. CIT has built a network of thousands of interpreters and translators in Texas who are educated, trained, and screened so that they can offer you the best service. Our unmatched expertise is coupled with unbelievable customer service from a staff that is always available, responsive, and understanding, so they can make the process as easy as possible.
CIT builds long-term relationships with its clients, which is why the company has seen such incredible growth in the last 10 years.
CIT interpreters and translators Texas are equipped to take on any job because they are field-tested and well versed in their chosen language pairs. They focus on maintaining context, communicating figurative language, and quickly facilitating each exchange. In addition, translations at CIT go through a number of editing and proofreading stages to ensure quality control.
CIT stands by all of its work and understands that its customer’s needs are paramount. Each linguist stays up to date with modern innovations in industry technology to be able to streamline the process and provide a better experience.
The Lone Star State
As the second-largest state in the United States, Texas has long been a major sculptor of the country’s economy. Its early contributions as a producer of cattle, cotton, and oil grew rapidly as a result of wars and were essential to the USA’s independence as an economic power and exporter. The recent unearthing of petroleum led the state to become even more powerful and helped Texas become very technologically advanced.
There are over 50 Fortune 500 companies in Texas, which is why it is so popular in energy, technology, biomedicine, and agriculture.
Texas is one of the most business-friendly states, and the abundance of opportunity and growth has attracted countless permanent residents, with the state population growing more than 15% each decade. The popular tourist attractions like The Alamo and Big Bend National Park have become a central part of the state, making up a large part of the $1.8 trillion GSP for 2018. The primary languages spoken in Texas are English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Hindi, and Tagalog.
In Texas especially, as a result of the growing population and a high number of tourists, businesses and the government must turn to CIT to communicate with clients and constituents. No matter the setting or industry that requires interpreting or translating, having a perfect knowledge of the technical words can make a significant difference. In the field of lingual services, even the slightest inaccuracy in tone or the omission of a single word can dramatically affect the interpretation or translation, so it is very important to hire someone who you can trust.
There is no job that is too big or small for CIT, as they undertake both simple doctor’s appointments and are often involved in large-scale marketing projects that require the attention of more than one translator. In addition, plenty of groups utilize CIT’s interpreters for on-the-job training, seminars, even performance reviews. The translators can handle any document, including brochures, manuals, contracts, formal communications, certificates, and blueprints.