English Spanish Translation and Interpretation now available in Utah, USA
Utah has over 71,000 Spanish mono speakers with 13% of the population Latino. Utah also a population that speaks 131 languages. Although there are many bilingual individuals in Utah that can communicate in both the Spanish and English languages, bilingualism is not a replacement for a trained translator. Often businesses assume that by simply employing a bilingual employee to translate their message, they will gain Hispanic market share. However, this has been proven to not be the case. Employing bilingual employees is an important first step toward reaching out to the Latino population, but it is not enough. The average native English speaker could not adequately explain the complexities of the financial market, business terms, medical terminology and other industry specific verbiage unless they were trained and experienced in these fields. Imagine how much more difficult it is to describe these terms and convey the correct meanings into a foreign tongue without training and education.
InterpretLing offers industry specific translation and interpretation services throughout Utah. Our Spanish English Interpretation services include simultaneous interpretation, consecutive interpretation, and oral to written interpretation. Cesar Duran, the founder is a native Spanish speaker who has lived and educated in the United States for the last 10 years. He has a linguistics degree from the University of Utah and multiple Spanish English Translation certifications.
English Spanish Interpretation and Translation Services Include:
Simultaneous Spanish to English or English to Spanish Interpretation is vital for the success of your business meeting, conference or training. Without consecutive interpretation, your conferences will either last longer as your translator strives to translate and then listens for the next segment, or you will not be able to disseminate the same amounts of information and risk losing the captive attention of your audience. Simultaneous English to Spanish Interpretation is a skill that few interpreters have the skills to adequately accomplish. There are many who will offer to interpret for you for a cheaper price than Cesar Duran, but who will not be able to keep an even steady flow in their interpretation. Cesar Duran’s interpretations do not miss information, skip phrases, include the words, ‘uh, uh” and do not include pauses. Interpretation is not a summary of what was said. It is a full translation of the meaning, words, and intent of the original speaker and remains in first person. Call Cesar Duran for all your simultaneous interpretation needs throughout Utah.
Consecutive Interpretation is preferred in an individual or in bi-directional communication. Party A communicates their information or needs, the Spanish English Interpreter relays their requests or information to Party B, which gives Party B a chance to respond. Their response is then Interpreted for Party A. Consecutive interpretation is vastly helpful for doctors and other medical appointments, conversations with insurance companies, business conferences, telephone conversations, legal and immigration appointments and more. If your appointment or communication is important, then you cannot afford to have a bilingual friend speak in your behalf. This leaves you and the other party open to misunderstandings, mistranslations, and missing information. Only a professional, certified English Spanish (Español) Interpreter can accurately interpret. InterpretLing specializes in specific industries shown below.
Oral to Written Interpretation is a service typically used in specific business transactions where a business has provided oral, and sometimes visual, training that is needed to be translated from English to Spanish in a written format. InterpretLing is experienced in offering this type of service. Written transcripts in both English and Spanish can be purchased in addition to the transcript in the target language. This will allow your company to have a written guide for native speakers of Spanish and for Spanish training sessions that are intended to mirror the original English training that occurred originally.
Document Translation: Spanish to English (and reversed) is a service that is often needed 1) for businesses looking to expand their services to the Latino population and 2) for individuals seeking schooling or immigration status that need to translate individual personal documents. Businesses love InterpretLing’s professional proficiency in Legal, Medical, Financial, and Nutrition. Cesar Duran, head translator, has vast experience translating for companies. A few of his customers include Choice International, dōTerra, and hundreds of Immigration clients.
Website and Webpage English to Spanish Translation from InterpretLing includes screen shots of the pages that have been translated with the translated verbiage in the place of the English words. This makes it easier for your web designers to copy the web pages into Spanish. This is especially helpful if your web designers do not speak Spanish and who may be more confused at the correct location or page of the provided translation. It does not help your business to have mistranslated pages or pages with the information pasted into the wrong places. Our visual translations make this fast and easy for any English speaker to paste into a website structure. InterpretLing has expansive experience in translating websites and every Spanish speaking dōTerra rep will recognize his translations of the dōTerra product line into Spanish.
Specialty Industries for English to Spanish Translation and Interpretation in Utah:
- Business- Human Resources
- Nutrition – Nutraceutical
Counties in Utah that InterpretLing provides English-Espanol Interpretation and Translation Services:
- Beaver County
- Box Elder County
- Cache County
- Carbon County
- Daggett County
- Davis County
- Duchesne County
- Emery County
- Garfield County
- Iron County
- Juab County
- Kane County
- Millard County
- Morgan County
- Piute County
- Rich County
- Salt Lake County
- San Juan County
Utah Fun Facts:
Utah was the 46th State to join the Union and is the second fastest growing state in the USA. In 2012 a Gallup survey dubbed Utah the best state to live in based on several factors including economic status, lifestyle, family oriented values and options, and health related metrics. Utah boasts five beautiful National parks which include Bryce Canyon, Zion Canyon, Arches, Canyon Lands, and Capital Reef. Utah has diverse geography which includes the Colorado Plateau, Great Salt Lake Dessert, the Rocky Mountains, and the Salt Flats, including 43 State parks.