The word “translation” comes from Latin and means “carry across”. At Omnia, translation is never a purely mechanical process, but a coming together of worlds and cultures that really does “carry across” your message.
At Omnia, translating means finding the right cultural context for the target readership to ensure that no subtlety is lost and your message arrives complete in its technical content and stylistic value.
At Omnia, all technical and linguistic activities (translation, review and quality control) are carried out by specialist, professional, mother-tongue translators who undergo continuous training.
Omnia has always used innovative technology to optimise translation. The WorldServer platform allows us to store and centralise context-related translations for all fields of application.
We are committed to customer satisfaction in terms of quality, service and overall experience. We work in close collaboration with our clients to transfer the experience we have built up over the years and establish lasting partnerships for the future.
Thirty-five years of experience make all the difference, not only in terms of dependable, consolidated working relationships, but also when it comes to adapting and responding promptly to unusual circumstances.
Omnia’s governance is still in the hands of the same people who formed and grew the company, so the continuity and solidity of our business project is assured. Our team of trusted collaborators work hand in hand on complex projects to ensure excellent results under all conditions.
Being proactive is in our DNA. No two projects are identical, so when the usual tools fail to fit the bill, we are always ready to propose alternative processes and solutions to guarantee an excellent result. We see ourselves as consultants offering a tailor-made service: not satisfied with delivering advanced solutions, we also have our clients’ success permanently in mind.
We treat our clients’ data with the utmost confidentiality. All our employees and external collaborators sign a binding agreement to safeguard the confidentiality of content.
For any consultant, being dependable is not an option but an indispensable condition for winning that most important of prizes: clients’ trust.