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Before you begin to consider global translation services, it’s important to understand the differences between translation and total localization. Translation is just a word-for-word update of your text, which may end up not accurately reflecting your brand. It also may not preserve your code and even worse, could damage the user experience. Content localization, on the other hand, is the total solution for successfully introducing your products to new markets.

As one of the top purveyors of multiple language translation services, Bureau Works supports an end-to-end solution for your content ecosystem. We’ve worked with a wide variety of languages and as a result, know the barriers you’re up against as you approach new markets. We can help you overcome those limitations and build a powerful global presence.


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How Bureau Works Supports Multiple Language Translation Services

While we offer a range of services for just about every language, there are some popular markets with exceptionally strong growth opportunities. Here are some of our top targeted languages and how we tackle their challenges:


Dialects Supported

Bureau Works’ Solutions


  • American
  • Canadian
  • British
  • Scottish
  • Australian
English is one of the most commonly spoken languages in the world—and one of the most challenging to learn and translate. It doesn’t help that there are about as many versions of it as there are countries. However, our linguists have complete fluency to ensure you’re getting the most accurate version of English for the region you choose to target.
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  • Metropolitan
  • Belgian
  • Swiss
  • Aostan
  • Quebec
  • Acadian
French translations can pose challenges when formatting because they can be up to 20% longer than their source language. As a result, we include a buffer in text boxes, ensuring the configuration remains intact as the words expand.

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  • European
  • Mexican
  • Canarian
  • Central American
  • Caribbean
  • Chilean
The Spanish language’s nuances are not only plentiful, but are also critical to producing accurate translations; not fully understanding context can yield nonsensical work. Our preview panel allows our translators to gain the necessary context to clarify the content and ensure the utmost accuracy.

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  • Tuscan
  • Genoese
  • Neapolitan
  • Royasc
  • Sabino
  • Forlivese
Italian is another language where the translation is typically longer than the source, so a text box buffer is critical. Plus, English uses many compact words and sentences, while Italian does not. Given this, we have our linguists change the structure to ensure grammatical accuracy.
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  • Ripuarian
  • Franconian
  • Hessian
  • Thuringian
  • High Prussian
  • Saxon
German is considered an easier language to translate, but it’s still by no means a simple task. German sentence structure tends to be a bit more stilted than other languages, so we ensure our linguists know to pay special attention to natural content flow and make any necessary adjustments.

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  • Flemish
  • Brabantian
  • Limburgish
  • Hollandic
Dutch language nuances will need to be carefully studied in order to ensure it stays true to each company’s tone and style. For that reason, we offer brand experts who specialize in understanding content and can help guide you into new markets.

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  • Eastern
  • Western
  • Kyūshū
  • Hachijō
Unique characters and significant language differences make Japanese one of the most challenging to translate from other languages. When using Japanese characters like Kanji and Hiragana, we ensure the code can support the content without breaking the format.

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  • Mandarin
  • Wu
  • Yue
  • Jin
  • Min
  • Hakka
  • Xiang
  • Gan
  • Huizhou
  • Pinghua
Chinese is another very challenging language due to its complex characters. Since the content is omnidirectional, proactive coding can help foster format preservation. Even without Chinese characters though, the content will likely be longer than its origin material, which can lead to broken text boxes. On projects like this, we have our expert linguists and coders frequently collaborate to ensure an efficacious strategy.

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  • Northern
  • Southern
  • Central
Russian has its own alphabet, which may not be supported in the code. And, there may be many situations where there is no direct translation for the content. Given these challenges, we assign only the most specialized linguists who have a deep understanding of the content and can successfully bridge any gaps.
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  • Brazilian
  • European
  • Sao Tomean
  • Guinean
While most other languages have a single standard dialect acceptable in all regions, no such neutral option exists in Portuguese. You must be prepared to target the specific location with the right terminology. Given this, we employ an invaluable in-country review in Portuguese translation.
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  • Maghrebi
  • Egyptic
  • Mesopotamian
  • Levantine
  • Peninsular
Arabic’s complex syntax and structure make this a particularly challenging language for use with machine translation. That’s why we employ both specialized linguists and a powerful translation memory to ensure a precise translation every time.
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There’s no single language where the translation will be straightforward—they all have their challenges. That’s why at Bureau Works, we work with the top linguists in the industry to ensure accurate business translation that represents both your content and your company.

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Choosing the Best Global Translation Services

Chances are, you hope to grow your business to a point where you’re operating in multiple foreign markets. With this growth comes challenges though, as you’ll be burdened with constant multilingual translation updates. We use a powerful platform and some of the best linguists in the industry to provide a continuous localization approach that allows you to seamlessly manage all your content, regardless of region.

Our multiple language translation services allow you to target numerous markets simultaneously all while preserving your brand identity. We offer balance to the complex task of localization by automating many of the administrative tasks that cut into your time, resources, and return on investment (ROI). Companies that are ready to become international players come to us for the best global translation services.

Bureau Works provides the top multiple language translation services that will ensure a successful global launch. For more details, contact our team.

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