Business is global. How does your company speak to the world? Over-the-phone interpretation (OPI) allows people to communicate quickly and conveniently across language barriers. As business has become increasingly globalized, the ability to pick up the phone and speak with an interpreter proves to be an invaluable resource.
Closing the communication gap with your staff and clients is key to business success and growth.
Whether you are a multinational corporation, a healthcare facility, or a government agency, multilingual contact centers provide the resources you need to connect with customers and clients on a global scale.
Over the phone interpretation is known to be incredibly cost-effective. Instead of hiring your own on-site interpreters for customer support, you can receive all the help you need from a third party. This saves your business time, money, and hassle.
800 NUMBER PROVIDED
Phone Number: 800-855-2424 (Sample 800# – Not Operational)
Press 1 for Spanish
Press 2 for French-Canadian
Press 3 for Vietnamese
Press 4 for Hmong
Press 5 for Chinese
Press 6 for Somali
Press 7 for All other languages
LANGUAGES & AVAILABILITY
240 languages available, 24/7/365.
Certified, professional interpreters. Only the best applicants that pass rigorous tests and screening, demonstrate that they can learn, retain and utilize new information and skills, and can pass background checks, are hired.
Learn more about our interpreters here.
CODE OF ETHICS FOR INTERPRETERS
• Verify meaning is being conveyed accurately, without paraphrasing.
• Ensure all information is being treated confidentially and relayed faithfully.
• Confirm that the interpreter is not acting as an advocate on behalf of the client or otherwise
exerting their personal beliefs or feelings.
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