Get the better of sneaky errors in your texts – thanks to our “ready-to-print” service
With our free “ready-to-print” service we prove that our quality guarantee is not an empty promise
In hectic daily life, there are many situations into which mistakes can sneak. Whether it is carelessness in the implementation of a text, a last-minute change to layout or typography, updating a website at the eleventh hour or re-editing a film – in all of these situations, translations must be adapted. In addition, other rules apply when it comes to foreign languages, for example with regards to punctuation, separation of words or line breaks. It is impossible for you or your service provider to know about all of these rules, and so a nasty error can sneak in to your text. If spotted early, these mistakes are annoying, but are not normally a problem.
If spotted too late, such mistakes are more than just annoying. The consequences are often costly, and in the worst case can damage a reputation.
Free “ready-to-print” service: additional security, less stress
Whether it’s an annual report, brochure, press release, product information, website, newsletter or video, with our “ready-to-print” service we can (upon request) check any documents that we have translated before completion. This will ensure that translations have been implemented correctly, separations and line breaks match, that punctuation is correct and that no other errors have occurred. This service offers you extra security and makes your everyday life a bit easier. And the best part: it’s free.
Next time, send us your documents before they are published or go to print. We will check them for free to make sure that they really are “ready-to-print.
What is the free “ready-to-print” service for?
This popular service is needed in all areas: print, digital and online.
- Print: for brochures, flyers and posters
- Digital: for videos, films etc
- Online: for websites, newsletters and e-papers
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