Language services – translation and proofreading
Diction specialises in translations and proofreading of texts. With a large team of professional translators in different language combinations, Diction is the preferred language partner for many Danish and international companies. We specialise in texts from and into northern European languages, and we have a great number of clients who need help with the Scandinavian languages.
There are quite a lot of translation agencies on the market, and the quality can sometimes be surprisingly inconsistent, as it is often different translators, who translate the same kinds of texts for the same client. In order to fully comply with client requirements, we have introduced a policy at Diction that we only make use of native language translators with academic backgrounds. Then we also stick to our quality assurance phase. The quality assurance phase means that another translator proofreads the text, in order to achieve a flawless translation.
Websites, sales texts, manuals and books
Diction can, among other things, help you translate your websites, sales texts, manuals or books. The quality of the translation is always top notch, so that the message is clear and will not be lost due to misinterpretations or linguistic errors. By using our service you ensure that your texts will be translated completely correctly into all the languages you want.
We can also assist with translating legal, medical or other technical texts. When we translate technical texts, we put a lot of effort into using the correct terminology. Therefore, native speakers, who have a great deal of experience in the given fields, will always translate those kinds of texts. In this way, the quality and the correct terminology will be used, regardless of what kind of text it is.
We speak many languages
Diction consists of a large team of specialised translators and is the preferred translation partner for several Scandinavian and international companies. We translate texts to and from all European languages and specialise in the Nordic languages.