Voiance: Language Solutions for IT Customer Support

IT providers tend to field a lot of customer support calls; IT seems complicated to outsiders, and that leads to questions. And in 2019, it’s likely that many of those questions won’t be in [...]
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Phone Interpretation for the Pharmaceutical Industry | Why Voiance?

Most pharmaceutical operations take customer support calls. And in the US heading into 2019, many of these calls are likely to come in a language other than English. Is your organization [...]
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Don’t Let Your Translation Provider Be the Weak Link in Cybersecurity

Your organization’s security is important – it can have an effect on whether you remain FDA and HIPAA compliant and whether your ideas and business plans stay yours only.
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What Makes Voiance Stand Out (And How That Benefits Your Business)

Service providers are legally obligated to protect their clients’ data. This extends to choosing which language services provider that they use, since interpreters participate in [...]
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How Your Interpretation Provider May Be Compromising Your Operations

Does your contact center offer interpreters to non-English speaking callers? Most do, and for good reason – one in five US residents today speaks a language other than English at home, and [...]
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Is Your Document Translation Process Straightforward and Secure?

As an organization that services non-English-speaking customers, you need your marketing brochures, contracts, notification letters, and websites translated accurately, securely, and [...]
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Is Your Language Services Provider Hurting Customer Satisfaction?

Could your choice of language services provider damage your customer satisfaction scores?
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Will Your Language Services Provider Survive Hurricane Season?

The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA) predicted that the current Atlantic hurricane season that started June 1 might be above normal.
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Are Your Vendors Protecting Your Data? (And Why Should You Care?)

In 2017, US consumers and corporations learned that: A major credit bureau was hit with a cyberattack that compromised names, addresses, and Social Security numbers of 145 million people A [...]
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