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Quality Interpretation Services

Transcend Translation’s network of professional interpreters are available on-demand and specialize in healthcare, financial services, legal, technology, and government affairs.

We carefully assign our interpreters to suit client needs based on their experience, language proficiency, expertise in the relevant subject matter, and even personality.


Our Interpretation Services


24/7 over-the-phone interpretation (OPI)

24/7 video remote interpretation (VRI)

Simultaneous Interpretation

Consecutive Interpretation

Interpretation Services in ANY language

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24/7 Phone & Video Interpretation

Do you need to connect with an interpreter in seconds so you can effectively communicate with a non-English speaker? Our over-the-phone (OPI) and video remote interpretation (VRI) service is what you need. You can connect via dial phone, smartphone, tablet, or computer. If needed, you can use any device with a camera to provide video so your interpreter can see and better interpret what is being said. 

Connect with one of our 3,000+ highly qualified interpreters in over 200+ languages, including American Sign Language (ASL).

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Simultaneous Interpretation

Simultaneous interpretation service is used when one person addresses a group of people with no back-and-forth conversation involved. 

This type of interpretation is used most often for conferences, seminars, and sometimes small business meetings.

The interpreter does not wait for the speaker to finish before beginning to interpret the words they are speaking into the target language. Instead, he/she interprets simultaneously, lagging only a few words behind the speaker.

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Consecutive Interpretation

Consecutive interpretation occurs when an interpreter waits for a break from the speaker, typically after a couple sentences, before starting interpretation.

This allows the speaker or listener to interject and provide a back-and-forth commentary.

Most common use is one-on-one situations like onsite visits and tours, business negotiations, and other small group meetings.

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