Translation Services Crosscultural Now
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CROSSCULTURAL NOW...Spanish Solutions to connect you with the Latino Community.

Translation Services

Ensuring Quality and Timely Delivery

CROSSCULTURAL NOW delivers accurate culturally-sensitive translations that convey entirely the meaning of the English version. Your documents are processed by a team of experienced and university trained native speakers. We can manage from marketing materials, employee manuals, and product catalogs, to business presentations, legal documents, and more.

Expect the following from us:

  • Fast Delivery
  • Competitive Prices
  • High Quality

In making the decision whether or not to invest in translating your documents, please keep in mind the potential liabilities to your business for not doing this at all, or doing it incorrectly. By investing in a professional translation you are protecting your business assets.

Important Questions to Ask:

Before you hire translators, ask the following questions.

  1. How long have you been in business?
  2. Do you have any referrals?
  3. Can you send us some samples of your work?
  4. Are you or your translators university trained in written Spanish?
  5. Who is your biggest client?
  6. How many translators do you have at hand?
  7. How many translators are involved in each document?
  8. Are your translators bilingual and bicultural to capture the intent of my document?

Please contact us:

Crosscultural Now
Phone: 541.206.4882
Email: translations@crossculturalnow.com

AMONG OUR CLIENTS YOU WILL FIND:

City of Eugene
City of Springfield
United Way
Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon
OMRI
Oregon Research Institute
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide
RiverBend Hospital
Womenspace
League of Women Voters of Oregon
Selco
Looking Glass
Hamilton Construction
Lane County Public Works
Valley River Inn
Molina Law Group
Pacific Headwear
Fall Creek Nursery
Mattress Mania
Eugene Concert Choir
Lane County School Districts
Gorilla Capital
Springfield Utility Board
Valley Contax
Richardson
Trauma Healing Project
Oregon Medical Group