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DTS Improves Efficiency for Life Science Document Translations
Date:1/15/2014

headaches, because document translations are only one facet of their responsibilities. Now, whether a translation need is part of a clinical trial, a new medical device breakthrough, or biotechnology research, the exact needs can be easily, quickly, and consistently identified by any employee, and then shared across company departments.

For further information, or to request a capabilities demonstration, please contact Duncan Shaw at (800) 524-0722 or dshaw(at)dtstranslates(dot)com.

About DTS Language Services, Inc.
DTS Language Services, Inc., offers corporate document translation services in over 50 language directions. Since 1973, the company has performed tens of thousands of translations for over 500 organizations spanning the globe. DTS is located near world renowned Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Unlike many language services which offer “any language, any field”, DTS specializes in translating clinical, medical, and scientific documents with translators who bring real-world experience as scientists, clinicians, and physicians among other key roles. For more information, please visit http://www.dtstranslates.com

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