Translation memories are an asset - but one that requires regular maintenance. In this white paper, we explore how to keep your TMs in tip-top shape.
August 13, 2020
aiaTranslations Offering Telephonic and Video Interpreting Services
aiaTranslations, a business specializing in life sciences translation services, is proud to announce a new service that provides as needed, real time access to OPI (over the phone) and VRI (video remote) interpreting in over 200 languages. Read the press release here.
August 04, 2020
Introducing the aiaTranslations Life Sciences Translation Hub
aiaTranslations Whitepaper on Terminology Management Released
Translation is an intricate and often complicated process. A translator doesn’t simply sit down and translate word-for-word. Instead, he or she must consider details like culture, the target reader, and any industry-specific terminology. Check out the new whitepaper.
aiaTranslations Welcomes New Business Development Manager
aiaTranslations is proud to welcome Mr. Tito Barua as its new Business Development and Digital Marketing Manager. Mr. Barua will be responsible for all aiaTranslations' marketing and sales initiatives. View our press release here.
May 09, 2016
aiaTranslations Launches Their Referral Program
aiaTranslations announces the launch of its Referral Program, now offering 5% for any referrals that result in sales. Clients need only copy an email to referrals@aiaTranslations.com.
aiaTranslations is currently offering deep discounts on medical translations related to patient education and outreach, These discounts are offered to non-profits to support their multilingual outreach initiatives.
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October 01, 2015
Molly Naughton's New Column
Our monthly newsletter, aiaConnect, will now feature an article from Molly Naughton on issues related to translation and language. The October issue is online now.