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Janus Expands Life Sciences Department
April 23, 2012

Janus Expands Life Sciences Department

As the long time leader in technical translation in Eastern Europe, Janus Worldwide expanded its translation and localization service offerings in 2010 to include dedicated, highly qualified resources for the Life Sciences industry.

Since its inception, the Life Science department has successfully delivered hundreds of projects for companies including Olympus, Siemens, Sandoz. With specialized resources for content in the fields of pharmacology, medicine and medical equipment, Janus continues its legacy of providing top-quality localization services, including, localization of software, testing, and legal, marketing, training and patent translation.

The department doubled in size in its first two years and is on-track to double again in the next 12 months. As we add more talented and energetic experts in the field, we look forward to sharing more of our knowledge and expertise with you.

Check out our recent article that appeared in the March 2012 issue of ML Magazine:
http://www.multilingual.com/

 
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We were impressed by the standard of work submitted and are keen to work with you further on this account
SAP
No corrections. Good and fluent translation
HP
Your translation is perfect. No Errors have been found
Microsoft
Thanks for the excellent work! We wanted to acknowledge the high quality of translation, thanks
Adobe
We are very satisfied with the quality your team has provided. Great job
SAP
Much appreciate your fast action in such short turnaround. You are Great
Microsoft
Translation and the style of the document is very good
HP
Thank you very much! That was such a wonderful translation that I wanted to write you about it. Please send many thanks to your translators.
Sandoz
We were impressed by the standard of work submitted and are keen to work with you further on this account.
Siemens
The translations were very well done, so special thanks go out to your employees for their outstanding work!
Siemens