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ABC Language Solutions provides fast, professional, culturally sensitive, and competitively priced one-stop translation services to and from all major languages.

Our team of highly experienced language experts provides clients from diverse industries with high-quality translations of large and complex projects including legal documents, clinical trials, annual financial reports, engineering studies, corporate communication, technical equipment specifications, and more.
Mission Statement: Helping to break down communication barriers and to build international bridges.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • Could Duolingo trump professional business translation?
    on Jul 3, 2012
    Late last month, Duolingo, a startup launched last year that combines language learning with crowdsourced translation, opened its service to the public. For visionary Luis Von Ahn and cofounder Severin Hacker, the target in a nutshell is: to translat...
  • New iPhone translation software tool for the London Olympic Games
    on Jun 29, 2012
    We are not always enthused by the introduction of new translation software tools, especially automated translation technology, but as the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics draws ever closer, and as millions of people from all over the worl...
  • Professional translation in Western Canada gets an upgrade
    on Jun 28, 2012
    In today’s reset World, differentiation is conducive to success. New advances in technology have broken down the old barriers to entry and have empowered the creation of start-ups that, two decades ago, were more likely to crash and burn than r...
  • Korean Air’s costly translation mistake sparks outrage on Twitter
    on Jun 25, 2012
    A previous blog post highlighted how translation is often the last but most important part of any new business initiative, and that too many companies fail to give global language translation the attention it deserves when expanding overseas. Regrett...
  • Professional Business Translation vs. The In-House Approach
    on Jun 22, 2012
    Translators have to work fast. They need to know the subject they are writing about and they need to convey the semantics of a text from the source language to target language accurately and fluently. It is a tricky business that requires a lot more...
  • Why professional business translation makes business sense
    on Jun 20, 2012
    Health and safety is among the most important aspects of our lives, in and outside of the workplace.  Ensuring that people’s safety is not put at risk should be your outstanding objective, whatever business you are. It isn’t, however...
  • Quick and easy interpretation over the phone
    on Jun 18, 2012
    It’s Friday night, the working week is over, the kids are with your parents, the wife is dining with her friends, and you’re looking forward to a night out with yours. However, before you can start to enjoy your evening, you face the daun...
  • Common misconceptions about the translation industry in Canada
    on Jun 15, 2012
    Translation features in virtually every industry under the sun. Fact. Whether it’s politics, economics, mining or law, each discipline relies on communication in order to get things done. Good communication leads to greater understanding, which...
  • Even the most exercised orgs commit muddy marketing translations
    on Jun 13, 2012
    This follows on nicely from my last post about business translation often being the last but most important part of an organization’s development cycle – there are so many, seemingly more important things to worry about when launching a n...
  • Professional business translation: The last but most important step
    on Jun 11, 2012
    When it comes to an expansion initiative, a merger or any other major international business activity, professional business translation often features somewhere towards the bottom of the ‘to-do’ list. Among the ‘powers that be&rsqu...
  • 5 ways translation providers can profit in dynamic industries
    on Jun 8, 2012
    Travel and Tourism is one of the most dynamic industries in the world. One does not have to look far to appreciate the evolution of products and services in this sector, the enhanced levels of quality and choice, and the seismic shift from being a &l...
  • 'Rabbit-punching' certified language translators
    on Jun 4, 2012
    It’s not just translation services in Canada or the US or China feeling the effects of controversy in 2012. The world over is. From hospitals lacking sufficient funding to hire certified language translators to carry out accurate medical diagno...
  • Online marketing translation supports new consumer 'search' data
    on Jun 1, 2012
    “In how many languages do you conduct ‘searches’ online?” may sound like an odd question unless you’re a polyglot, but according to a recent study by digital marketing agency, Greenlight, 76% of people carry out searches...
  • Student and business bliss with a certified translation service in BC
    on May 30, 2012
    On Monday this week, Christy Clark’s BC Liberal Government announced it plans to attract an additional 47,000 international students to Canadian shores over the next four-years. The plan, which will commit $5 million towards scholarships and in...
  • The importance of Chinese translation in Vancouver
    on May 28, 2012
    Weather you run a retail store, a restaurant, a dentistry, a brokerage company, or Microsoft, your website is your biggest shop window. According to the Canadian federal government agency, Statistics Canada, over 400,000 people living in Vancouver ar...
  • The good, the bad and the ugly of translation software tools
    on May 25, 2012
    We’ve been paying close attention to the technological climate of late. Unsurprisingly so, new translation software tools have been taking off quicker than bats out of hell, prompting fruity discussions among experts regarding the dynamic natur...
  • Hospital heartbeats rise as medical translation falls
    on May 23, 2012
    According to a study published by the Annals of Emergency Medicine in March, ad hoc medical translators and interpreters hired by hospitals to facilitate the growing population of immigrants living in the US and Canada, make almost twice as many inte...
  • Why legal translation services in Canada are singing the blues
    on May 22, 2012
    For years, the growing multicultural population has caused major problems in courtrooms nationwide because of the shortage of skilled interpreters and legal translation services in Canada that are capable of representing the 521,000 immigrants who ar...
  • Why Business Translation Services Should be Outsourced to Pros
    on May 16, 2012
    As trade globalization continues to fly like a bat out of hell, the translation industry in Canada is expected to rise for some time to come. For those companies operating internationally there is an on-going need for business translation services in...
  • Head-to-Head: Effective Translation and Interpretation
    on May 14, 2012
    As Marshall McLuhan’s ‘Global Village’ hypothesis gathers more and more credence by the day, as does the need for effective translation and interpretation behind and beyond the firewalls of businesses expanding into foreign markets.

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